baby food diet

baby food diet

A type of weight-loss diet based on consumption of tiny pots of processed fruit and vegetables normally used to feed infants to control one’s sugar, fat and calorie intake.
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The baby food diet prescribes 14 jars of pre-packed baby foods a day to keep hunger at bay.
Her trick to shaping up, she tells us, is following a baby food diet - but not in some wacky Hollywood way.
While Lady Gaga and Reese Witherspoon claim that eating baby food diet keeps them slim, the diet that has become a hit because of it's uniqueness is celeb Martine Mc Cutcheon's blood group diet, which is based on blood groups.
THE BABY FOOD DIET is one of the world's most famous extreme weight loss programmes thanks to celeb subscribers such as Jennifer Aniston.
When I think of fad diets, I think of something tamer, like the popular baby food diet in the US (where people substitute meals for baby food as a way of cutting calories).
They say you are what you eat so when we heard Cheryl Cole was on a baby food diet we weren't surprised.
Singer Beyonce has apparently tried the Maple Syrup diet, Jennifer Aniston and Paris Hilton have toyed with a Baby Food Diet, Guy Ritchie has favoured a Hollywood Cookie diet and Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow are renowned for their enthusiasm for macrobiotic food.
The research also revealed that 30 per cent had tried - but would never repeat - a celebrity-endorsed regime, such as the baby food diet.
On the baby food diet, said to be used by Jennifer Aniston, they said: "Grow up
The former 'Friends' star, who runs and practices yoga to stay in shape, recently denied using a so-called baby food diet to lose weight for her new movie.