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Crazy celebrity diets

Bizarre diets are no secret but of course celebrities and their creative eating habits are more intriguing than your average no carbs rule.

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We know a lot of female celebs try really hard to stick to a strict diet so they can look amazing all the time - but there are some things we just have to draw the line on. Like Gwyneth Paltrow, who used to stick to a macrobiotic diet, eating only all-natural foods that haven't been processed. That means no meat, eggs, fish or dairy. But that's a walk in the park for most vegans. Reese Witherspoon's go-to weight loss plan is baby food. She reportedly eats it for breakfast and lunch, then has real food for dinner...yum. And Christina Aguilera got real colorful with her diet at one point...literally. She went on the 7 day Color Diet, eating foods of one color each day - starting with white, then red, green, orange, purple, yellow, and then all of the colors on the 7th day.

Crazy Celebrity Diets

We get it - Celebs have access to all kinds of diets so it's not uncommon for some of them to skip over the trendy ones like South Beach and Atkins. But Victoria Beckham takes the cake...but not at all really...Her Alkaline Diet revolves around the pH levels, or acidity, of the body and its fluids. On this particular diet, 70 percent of all food is raw, cow dairy isn't consumed, and even protein is eaten in moderation.

Just in case you're NOT a celebrity - there's still a few stars that you can look to for easier diets. Like Whitney Port, who credits her slim figure to avoiding carbs, sugar and fried food.And Jennifer Aniston gave some advice to Women's Health readers: "just stop eating sh*t every day."

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TiSecret CB July 13 2014 at 8:56 PM

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