Eat Like A Star
We may not have personal chefs, but we can still eat like celebrities. Take a cue from your favorite celeb and change up the family menu with one of these celebrity-inspired meal plans.
Inspired by ageless celebs like Demi Moore and Halle Berry, Celia Westberry, author of Eat Yourself Younger Effortlessly, promotes recipes that help celebrities look and feel younger:
Meal plans and recipes are available in Westberry's book. A daily menu might look like this:
Inspired by Jennifer Hudson and Kelly Osbourne
Katie Fanok, a former contestant on Dance Your Ass Off, has lost almost 100 pounds. Fanok's meal plans keep food exciting and healthy and help you to keep the weight off.
Lose seven pounds in seven days menu:
Inspired by Alicia Silverstone and Natalie Portman
Some people become vegan to lose weight, but others appreciate the health benefits. A vegan diet can reverse heart disease, prevent cancer, regulate hormonal imbalances and more. By definition, a vegan is a person who doesn't eat meat, poultry, fish, seafood, eggs, dairy or foods processed with animal products, such as gelatin.
A vegan meal plan might look like this:
Inspired by Ali Landry and Alison Sweeney
Celebrity trainer Kathy Kaehler helps her clients eat healthy with Sunday Set-Up. "While it's great in theory," says Kaehler, "preparing healthy, whole, organic meals every night of the week can be quite the feat. Instead of stressing about how you are going to pull it together night after night, Sunday Set-Up is your plan-ahead solution."
Inspired by Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow and Madonna have drawn a lot of attention to the macrobiotic diet. The diet plan is not about dieting, it's a way of life that combines Zen Buddhist principles with a modern vegetarian diet. The plan is to eat foods in their most natural form, as cooking destroys their nutritional value. The foods are low in saturated fats and high in fiber. Foods are categorized by use:
Most macrobiotic foods are prepared by pressure cooking, boiling, blanching, steaming, soup-making, stewing, sautéing, pressing or pickling.
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