10 Celebrity Diet Trends Backed by Science

Mediterranean Diet: Endorsed by celebrities like Penelope Cruz and Jennifer Garner, the Mediterranean diet emphasizes whole foods like fruits.

Plant-Based Diet: Celebrities such as Beyoncé and Ellen DeGeneres advocate for plant-based diets, which focus on foods derived from plants, such as fruits.

Intermittent Fasting: Actors like Hugh Jackman and Jennifer Aniston have reportedly tried intermittent fasting.

Ketogenic Diet: Celebrities like Halle Berry and LeBron James have promoted the ketogenic diet, which is high in fat, moderate in protein.

Paleo Diet: The Paleo diet, favored by celebrities like Jessica Biel and Matthew McConaughey, emphasizes foods that were presumably.

DASH Diet: The DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet is endorsed by celebrities like Cindy Crawford and Tom Brady.

Alkaline Diet: Celebrities like Victoria Beckham and Gwyneth Paltrow have been associated with the alkaline diet, which focuses on consuming foods that promote an alkaline.

Flexitarian Diet: The flexitarian diet, endorsed by stars like Natalie Portman, is primarily plant-based but allows for occasional meat.

Low-FODMAP Diet: Some celebrities, such as Kate Scarlata and Kourtney Kardashian, have spoken about following a low-FODMAP diet.

Whole30 Program: The Whole30 program, promoted by celebrities like Melissa Hartwig Urban, is a 30-day elimination diet that removes potentially inflammatory.

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