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Weird Celebrity Diet Tricks



Happy New Year! What's on the top of most Americans' resolution lists? Yep, losing weight. The Daily Affair staff recommends you discuss a healthy diet plan with your primary physician, and lose weight the safe way. 


With that being said, check out some of the habits of the most slender celebrities of past and present. 

Audrey Hepburn:




Breakfast consisted of fresh fruits. Lunch and dinner was simple as well, mostly salads or soup. She did not eat fried foods, and kept pasta, protein and desserts to a minimum. Perhaps strangest of all, she brushed her teeth about five times per day, which kept cravings to a minimum. (This one kind of makes sense to me - ever tasted orange juice after brushing? Ugh!)

Gwyneth Paltrow:




Among the foods Gwyneth does not eat:  red meat, corn, shellfish, white rice, gluten, alcohol, soy and dairy. 

Selena Gomez:




Criticized this past year for a beach body that most of us would LOVE to have, Selena adopted a diet plan with some very, uh, interesting habits:
Drinking apple cider vinegar to feel fuller and curb cravings; intermittent fasting (a new trend of going 16 hours in a row several times a week without eating); and cutting out fried foods (thumbs up for this healthy choice!)

Christina Aguilera:



Christina reportedly gets slim by following the 7 Day Color Diet, a plan that allows you to eat foods of only one color per day. 

Steve Jobs:



The tech genius ate what is known as a fruitarian diet - you consume only fruit, all the time, with an occasional snack of nuts. While it may have been slimming, it is definitely dangerous, landing Ashton Kutcher in the hospital when he adopted the diet to play Steve Jobs on screen. 


What's the strangest thing you've ever done to drop weight? Let us know in the comments below!
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