Celebrity Cleanse Diets

If someone recommended forgoing food for a day, would you think they were nuts? What about foregoing food for anywhere from three to 14 days? Many celebrity cleanse diets require just that and they’re all the rage when it comes to slimming down. Of course, there’s more to them than just avoiding solid food. In fact, some plans even allow for one very simple solid meal a day, in addition to a regimen of nutrient-packed juices. Are you sold yet?

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Celebrities like Anne Hathaway do cleanse diets to get into shape.

Perhaps deciding to try one of the many celebrity cleanse diets is going to take a bit more convincing. So, here’s the scoop on three of the most popular plans followed by celebrities today:

Cleanse
This plan is one of the longest at 14 days, but it may also be one of the easiest ones to stick to because it does allow some solid food. The plan will run you $199 and involves drinking three shakes a day, taking three packets of nutritional supplements, and eating a light lunch and dinner. Doesn’t sound too bad. But there is a catch: you cannot consume any sugar, gluten, dairy, caffeine, or alcohol. Nevertheless, actress Maggie Gyllenhaal is a fan of the Cleanse.

BluePrint
If you’re looking for something that will help you lose the weight with very little thought on your part, and you don’t mind shelling out $65 a day for three to five days, this is the cleanse for you. Choose the intensity level you want and like Sarah Jessica Parker, you can receive six numbered juice bottles a day that will provide you with 900 to 1,100 calories a day. The plan also promises a boost to your immune system and better skin, thanks to the detoxifying powers of the juice diet.

48-Hour Super Charged Cleanse
Looking for a quick fix that someone like Oscar-winner Anne Hathaway might use to drop some pounds before hitting the red carpet? This plan only lasts two days and costs just $30. But the price of a fast-acting cleanse is an extremely low-calorie regimen. In place of each regular meal you’d eat in a day, the plan calls for you to drink a glass of water that’s been mixed with a concentrated, ready-made pink-lemonade type of substance.

Would you try any of these plans? Tell us below.

Source: epicurious.com