Posted by: 4pack | December 10, 2008

“Ideal Diet” Update: Celebrities Successful Diet Tips Reinforce Neccessity of Proper Foods And Calorie Restriction

OGGIES NEED REASONS TO ACHIEVE IDEAL SHAPE, NOT CHOICES…ARTICLES LIKE THE ONE EXCERPTED BELOW REINFORCE THE NOTION THAT “FAD DIETS” ARE JUST THAT…CHOICES THAT LARGE GROUPS OF PEOPLE MAKE THAT EBB AND FLOW…STAY WITH FOUR PACKS HERE AND LIMIT TOTAL CALORIES TO UNDER 2,000…EAT WHOLE FOODS OFTEN THROUGHOUT THE DAY…

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“Their meals were as lean and clean as possible… they ate about 1,700 calories a day and completely avoided refined sugar, sauces, and sodium,”

“You want to send your body a sign that you’re not starving so it starts burning fat,”

A study out of Laval University in Quebec found that people who consumed hot red pepper ate less food and burned more calories (probably because the pepper increased their metabolism) than those who didn’t

 

 

 

 

http://www.cnn.com/2008/HEALTH/diet.fitness/12/09/healthmag.celebrity.diet.tricks/

They eat breakfast

Celebrity trainer Gunnar Peterson (whose clients include Jennifer Lopez, Leah Remini, and Penelope Cruz) recommends popping something into your mouth within 30 minutes of waking. “You want to send your body a sign that you’re not starving so it starts burning fat,” Peterson says. His suggestion: a cup of oatmeal with some sliced fruit and several scrambled egg whites. The oatmeal and fruit pack a huge punch of filling fiber, and the egg whites are rich in protein, which is satiating.

Verdict: Try it.

Research shows breakfast eaters are more successful at long-term weight loss than those who skip this meal. “It jump-starts your metabolism and prevents you from getting so ravenous you overeat later in the day,” says Bonnie Taub-Dix, R.D., a New York City-based spokeswoman for the American Dietetic Association.

They cut out white foods

Trainer Teddy Bass, whose celebrity clients include Cameron Diaz, suggests ditching any carb that is white — bread, pasta, cookies, rice — when a star is trying to lose weight for a movie or a big event. “These foods are high in sugar, which means your body burns off the sugar first rather than the stored fat,” he says. So is Diaz entirely carbophobic? No — she gets them instead in the form of fruits and veggies.

Verdict: Try it.

It’s true that white, processed carbs are high in calories and sugar, so limiting them is a healthy strategy. But don’t just sub in a boatload of nonwhite foods. “I see clients who shun these foods but end up eating just as many calories by having a field day with whole-wheat products,” Taub-Dix says. “Even if it’s a cake made with whole-wheat flour, it’s still loaded with calories.”

They’re picky about veggies

A few days before a be-seen event, some Los Angeles nutritionists and trainers tell clients to put gas-producing produce like cauliflower and broccoli on the black list. Nutritionist Carrie Wiatt has Denise Richards and Fergie stock up instead on watery veggies and fruits like lettuce, celery, cucumbers, watermelon, melon, oranges, and grapes, which help banish bloat by flushing out your system. And L.A. nutritionist Jackie Keller tells clients like Charlize Theron to pile their plates high with asparagus and green beans. “They’re high in filling fiber, but less likely to expand in your stomach,” Keller says.

Verdict: Try it.

Produce like broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, onions, beans, apples, pears, and prunes do lead to gas and bloating, says Jennifer Crum, M.S., R.D., a nutritionist at New York University Langone Medical Center. Crum also suggests cutting out diet drinks before a big event, since carbonation and artificial sweeteners can lead to bloat. Dandelion tea, a diuretic, is a safe drink option, Taub-Dix says. Don’t like the bitter taste? Try peppermint or chamomile, which have a similar effect.

They eat spicy

Supermodel trainer David Kirsch helps clients like Anne Hathaway and Liv Tyler stay in great shape by pushing them to add red pepper flakes, chopped jalapeños, and hot pepper sauce to their meals. “It makes food taste delicious and turns down hunger, so you eat less,” he says.

Verdict: Try it.

A study out of Laval University in Quebec found that people who consumed hot red pepper ate less food and burned more calories (probably because the pepper increased their metabolism) than those who didn’t. Just remember, more isn’t necessarily better — and may leave you with steam coming out of your ears. A quarter teaspoon of red pepper flakes or a dash or hot pepper sauce (such as Tabasco) should do the trick. Other spices may help, too: “Anything that makes food more interesting, like paprika or garlic, will make you feel more satisfied so you’re less likely to overeat,” Crum says.

They snack

Trainer Valerie Waters has clients, including Jennifer Garner and Elizabeth Berkley, who tote 150-calorie snacks in coolers wherever they go. Favorite snack combos include apple slices and low-fat string cheese, a few crackers (like Wasa Crispbread) topped with chicken salad, or a few slices of rolled-up turkey and a handful of grapes. “It’s really important to eat something, even if it’s just 150 to 200 calories, every three to four hours,” Waters says. “Your blood sugar can drop quickly, making you go from feeling kind of hungry to thinking, ‘Omigod, if I don’t eat now I will kill somebody.'”

Verdict: Try it.

“It’s great to have snacks with you, so if you do suddenly become ravenous you’re not tempted to grab the first high-cal thing you see,” Taub-Dix says. Your best bet is a snack that contains a little bit of carbohydrate, to give you an energy boost, with some protein to make you feel satiated. And if you’ve got to have a sweet, trainer Rob Parr, whose clients have included Madonna and Naomi Watts, recommends this trick: Mix four ounces of fruit juice with four ounces of water, and blend it with a handful of berries or a banana. It’s a 200-calorie smoothie.

They eat organic

Organic is all the rage in Hollywood. “The hormones in dairy, meat, and poultry raise estrogen levels, which can cause you to hold onto body fat,” nutritionist Wiatt says. The pesticides on nonorganic fruits and veggies also inhibit hormonal activity in the body, leading to weight gain, claims trainer Kirsch, who has also worked with Heidi Klum. Another no-no: Anything that’s processed or packaged, since it’s often laden with preservatives and salt. “I encourage clients to eat as simply as possible — for example, have just a plain chicken breast sautéed in a little lemon juice to add some flavor,” says trainer Patrick Murphy, who works with Eva Longoria.

Verdict: Not going to hurt you, but …

While it’s definitely wise to avoid exposure to potentially harmful pesticides and eating organic can be healthy, there’s no research to show that organic foods actually help with weight loss.

“Studies that look at the levels of hormones in people consuming conventional dairy products show pesticide levels are negligible,” Crum says. Plus, “It’s impossible to cut all sodium and refined sugars out of your diet even a plain chicken breast has some salt!” Taub-Dix says. “You shouldn’t assume, either, that all packaged food is bad for you. There are some products, like the Kashi line, that are high in fiber and low in calories, fat, and salt.”

They count backward

The 3-2-1 Baby Bulge Be Gone plan from Hollywood trainer Ramona Braganza helped both Jessica Alba and Halle Berry get back in prepregnancy shape. They ate three meals, had two snacks, and drank a minimum of 1 liter of water a day.

“Their meals were as lean and clean as possible they ate about 1,700 calories a day and completely avoided refined sugar, sauces, and sodium,” Braganza says. Here’s a sample of a day’s menu: a breakfast of egg whites, strawberries, and whole-wheat toast; a snack of low-fat string cheese and almonds; a lunch of green salad topped with salmon; another snack of low-fat yogurt and fruit; and a dinner of baked chicken breast drizzled with lemon juice and mustard, paired with helping of vegetables. Alba met her H2O quotient with vitamin-enriched flavored water.

Verdict: Yes, but …

“The only thing I would neg in this plan is the flavored water with vitamins — it adds an extra 50 calories per bottle — and if you’re already taking a multivitamin, you may run the risk of overdoing it,” Taub-Dix says. You can sub in a zero-calorie flavored water instead.

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