Jennifer Aniston needs a retouch?

May 20, 2010 at 3:30 p.m. ET

Jennifer Aniston is finding that no matter how many private yoga teachers, micro-dermabrasion sessions or Zone Diet delivery services are at your disposal, eventually Father Time catches up with everyone -- even the fabulous Jennifer Aniston.

Jennifer Aniston

At 41, Aniston is feeling so insecure about the inevitable effects of time, gravity and her long term cigarette addiction (that's right, kids, smoking is bad for every part of you), that she recently asked for the studio to retouch her entire performance in the upcoming romantic comedy The Switch, due out on August 20.

According to Us Weekly, after watching a final cut of the film, Aniston "thought she looked rough -- especially in the daytime scenes. She wanted them retouched further, but the studio had already spent its postproduction budget. The studio discussed making her foot the bill for any enhancements."

In retort, Aniston's rep claims "all films go through print adjustments, and this is no different from the rest."

But Us Weekly's source says Aniston was just as self-conscious during filming, hiding behind her hair in an attempt to cover wrinkles.

All of this talk comes on the heels of rumors that Jen was following a deprivation diet dubbed The Baby Food Cleanse. Created by Tracy Anderson, the psycho trainer who's responsible for Gwyneth Paltrow's sinewy physique but also to blame for Madonna's grossly overdeveloped biceps, the idea of the cleanse is to eat 14 servings of pureed food each day followed by a very light dinner.

Currently in Hawaii filming Just Go With It with Adam Sandler and Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover girl,  Brooklyn Decker, Aniston was allegedly using the diet to stay fit and camera ready. But she quickly debunked those rumors, when she told People Magazine, "Sorry, but the last time I had baby food, I believe I was one. I've been on solids for about 40 years now."

Very high protein, low carb solids.

The baby food rumors may be false, but Aniston is also said to be having a hard time starring alongside 23-year-old model Brooklyn, who spends a good deal of her screen time in a teeny bikini. Aniston, who already exercises seven days a week, is reportedly stepping up her workouts even more to make sure she keeps things high and right.

Between the retouching, the baby food and a crazy nonstop workout schedule, it's clear that Jen is doing her best to fight a losing battle. But let's be honest, Aniston's not exactly Meryl Streep. Or even Tina Fey. While she's the only Friends star who was able to grapple her way onto the big screen successfully (thanks for the boost, Brad Pitt), without a hot bod and using The Rachel as hair botox, she's not very versatile or compelling as a leading lady.

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