The latest diet fad is the Baby Food Diet. Celebrities like Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon are supposedly on the diet, in hopes to lose weight quickly using what the diet’s creator, Tracy Anderson, claims is a “liquid cleanse”.
Well, it appears that the Baby Food Diet has hit the high fashion runways – with supermodel Abbey Lee Kershaw apparently its latest follower.
Abbey Lee will be pictured in a gossip publication this week slurping down a pouch of Ella’s broccoli pear + peas baby food while walking the streets of New York, and now rumors are flying that she’s on the diet too. If anyone knows a thing or two about dieting and how to lose weight, we know it’s Abbey Lee, who recently slimmed down to super skinny status, and this season is getting more work than ever as an obvious result.
But the real question is – does it really work?
A diet consisting of baby food is loaded with fruits and vegetables in their pure states, free of additives – and it ensures that you are consuming all necessary vitamins and minerals. If we are feeding our babies baby food to ensure that they received all of their necessary nutrition to grow and be healthy, than it is probably safe to say that the Baby Food Diet is a win-win. Plus, what perfect way to control your portions. Low cal + good nutrition = skinny success.
To me, it makes complete sense to eat baby food if you want to stay skinny while getting all of your nutritional values from one single, small source. And it’s fairly inexpensive too.
I’m curious though – does Abbey Lee eat baby food for every meal? Do any of you know? Also, do we know of any other models doing this?
[Note on the pictures: I was sent these by a reader. I do not know the magazine they’ll run in, and Google says it’s nowhere yet. But I’m not a thief – and as soon as I find out the source, I will give credit where it’s due.]
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