The most bizarre celebrity diets ever recorded
Cabbage Soup Diet
Dolly Parton swears by this unique diet, where the only food you eat is, well... cabbage soup. Okay okay, it's reportedly a variation for 7 days wherein you eat as much vegetable and cabbage soup as you want, combined with a very specific eating plan that changes each day.
Raw Egg & Milk Diet
In the September 1952 issue of Pageant magazine, Marilyn discussed her unique diet regime which included two raw eggs mixed into warm milk and raw carrots. Easily, the best part of this diet came after dinner when Monroe would consume a hot fudge sundae.
The Baby Food Diet
Actress Reese Witherspoon is said to have tried this diet, which consists of eating 14 servings of baby food a day followed by a healthy dinner and plenty of water.
The Bland Diet or The Bleak Diet
After gaining some weight in the early 2005, Mariah Carey attempted this diet which consisted of bland foods like soups and fish. Carey lost nearly 32 pounds in four months on this diet.
The Raw Food Diet
Stars like Demi Moore have tried this simple diet which consists of mainly uncooked, unprocessed plant foods.
The Grapefruit Diet
This diet, made famous by singer Jennifer Lopez involves eating half a grapefruit before breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The diet also restricts carbs and calories per day.
These famous words were uttered by the infamous Anna Nicole Smith during her attempt to lose weight with this weight-loss supplement. While diet pills are often discouraged for weight loss, in moderation, Trimspa users have seen some weight-loss results.
This diet involves supplementing the acai berry into a low calorie diet. Celebrities like Oprah have tried this diet and have seen great results.
The Master Cleanse
Many have discussed this cleanse which stars like Beyonce have credited for their weight-loss. The Master Cleanse consists of fresh lemon juice, rich maple syrup, and cayenne pepper into pure water. The dieter is asked to drink a minimum of six to twelve glasses of this a day whenever hungry. There is no food involved in this cleanse.
The Fish Facelift
Enjoy the taste of salmon? Kim Cattrall recently tried this diet which involves eating 3 pieces of salmon per day. The results are said to improve the dieters skin and energy level as well as encourage weight loss.
The Cabbage Soup Diet
Sarah Michelle Geller tried this diet which is a low-fat, high-fiber diet that involves drinking at least 4 glasses of water per day, a multi-vitamin and plenty of cabbage soup.
The Juice Diet
The always-thin Gwyneth Paltrow has tried this diet which consists of blending fresh fruits and fresh vegetables to boost your metabolism and cleanse the system.
The Seven-Day Color Diet
This diet is an interesting way to eat your fruits and veggies. Each day of the diet is devoted to a different color food (white, red, green and so forth). By day 7, you eat a rainbow of colors.
Dr. Siegal's Cookie Diet
Snooki, who says all that drinking at the Jersey Shore caught up to her, took part in this diet where she ate six 90-calorie cookies a day plus a small meal.
Dr. Siegal's Cookie Diet
Kim Kardashian has also tried this cookie diet. The entrepreneur is famous for her fad diets and beauty regimes.
The Watercress Soup Diet
Actress Elizabeth Hurley has tried this soupy diet which consists of the watercress soup and a strict list of fruits and vegetables.
The Ice Cube Diet
Renee Zellweger, famous for her weight gain for a movie, has tried this interesting diet which involves simply consuming ice cubes instead of food. Sounds suuuuper healthy, right?
Facial Analysis Diet
This diet, used by actress Kate Winslet is said to have helped the Titanic actress lose 50 pounds after her pregnancy. The diet reads facial signs and suggests minerals that help balance the body.
The Apple Cider Vinegar Diet
This diet, used by actress Meghan Fox, consists of taking a shot of apple cider vinegar before and after a healthy meal.
Recently, our friends at The Cut published, "Raw Eggs in Milk? Trying Marilyn Monroe's Diet" which took a look at the famous starlet's diet regime: warm milk mixed with two warm eggs for breakfast; no lunch; broiled steak and 4-5 raw carrots for dinner; and for an evening snack... a hot fudge sundae.
We love the idea of the hot fudge sundae (who wouldn't), but we cringe at the idea of a raw egg smoothie every morning. This diet regimen - or state of torture - got us thinking about what other fads celebrities have tried in order to stay slim. Would you try the "Master Cleanse," made famous by Beyonce, or our favorite, the "Cookie Diet," attempted by Snooki and Kim K? Take a look at the slideshow above into the wacky world of celebrity diets.
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