Before 2009 gets too long in the tooth, let’s take a look at the “Second Annual Best and Worst Celebrity Diet List of 2008.” The list is published by Marc Lawrence, M.D., who reviews celebrity diets and weight loss.
Marc Lawrence is a Stanford and Harvard trained, board-certified Physician Nutrition Specialist. Without further adieu, here’s the list as published on his website:
Best Celebrity Diets for 2008:
5. Jennifer Love Hewitt: Those unflattering bikini photos seem so long ago as this Ghost Whisperer star has been letting her body speak loud and clear; daily fruits and veggies do a body good.
4. Jessica Alba: Jessica exercised her superhero abilities on a regimen of whole foods, cardio and interval training to power her fantastic 25 pound post-pregnancy slim down.
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Britney Spears' New Body
The pop princess showed off her tight tummy on Friday in new photos on her Web site as she rehearsed for her upcoming tour.
“I’m the healthiest I’ve been all my life,” she said at the time. “My diet has a lot to do with my getting into shape. I have no sugar. I don’t eat fruit or even fruit juice because of the sugar. I eat chicken and salmon and rice. I eat avocados. I’ll have egg whites for breakfast and sometimes turkey burgers for lunch.”
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These celebrities went to heavy and back in 2008, and have started 2009 looking like the fabulous hotties we love.
Britney’s spending three days in the gym with her trainer doing aerobics and weights.
Jennifer Love Hewitt was the talk of the town last year with accusations that she was too fat, and then her subsequent weight loss.
Seth Rogen shucked his overweight, slacker-dude look for a fit and trim look that’s quite attractive.
See the other celebrity weight loss success stories, and find out what they’re doing to stay in shape.
Bill Romanowski is a 4-time Super Bowl champion who spent years on the field and in the training rooms working out and eating right so that he could compete against and triumph over some of football’s most elite and strong athletes. As a linebacker who played an unprecedented 243 consecutive games, he knows a thing or two about nutrition. So he teamed up with a few of his favorite scientists, researchers and nutritionists and developed his own company and line of dietary supplements called Nutrition 53.
Nutrition 53 contains a small, but quality, line of three different health products. There is the Lean1, which is designed to help you create lean muscle mass and control your hunger, Neuro1, a supplement that improves mental acuity and focus and Sleep1, a product that helps you get to sleep fast and stay asleep so you wake up feeling refreshed.
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