Little Diet Secrets of Celebrities

26 May

I know we are all star crazed in North America and think by copying what the stars do say and eat will make us look like them. We know it’s ridiculous but we still do it anyway.  Sometimes these stars can motivate us in the right direction and here is one of those times.  

Tips to stay trim and fit from the stars:

Janet Jackson   be strong – keep away from the pancakes – snack on fresh blueberries and strawberries. A cup has only 65 calories compared to 520 calories for two pancakes with butter and syrup.  Perhaps you can skip the butter, lessen the syrup and eat one instead of two pancakes if you must have a little treat.

Whitney Thompson – you are unique – embrace that – she is a full-figured model and is the first to win America’s Next Top Model.  She does not believe in this anorexic look if that’s not who you are. Some people cannot help being stick thin because that’s their genetic make up but it’s crazy making trying to fit a round peg in a square hole.  Her message is be yourself – of course being fat may not be yourself therefore strive for healthy option and exercise.  You are beautiful!

 

Mariah Carey – Artichokes is her thing because it is full of fiber. According to her we should have 25 grams of fiber a day. Her advice is to strive for an artichoke rich diet and of course exercise as well. You can also get good fiber from Flax seed meal or other such foods. Watch your fiber.

 

Amazingly clothes can make you fat as well –

Paula Porizkova said that when people wear loose fitting baggy clothes you do not see when the fat is creeping. The trick is to wear tight or regular fitting clothes so that you stop the tiger in its track. Whenever the clothes feel too tight don’t run for the baggy, cut back on food intake.

 

Marlee Matlin – who can deny dancing as a cool way to stay trim and fit while having lots of fun?


Take what you need and run with it. I am sure you have heard all this before but it’s worth repeating

 

 

 

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