What weird things does Jennifer Aniston eat to look so hot?
Aniston's most recent fascination sounds like the least healthy thing she would ever do. "I'm riveted by the Taco Cleanse," the 46-year-old told Yahoo Food. "I can see that being something."
The The Taco Cleanse: The Tortilla-Based Diet Proven to Change Your Life is a new vegan diet plan that turns all meals into a taco and Aniston ordered the book as soon as she heard about it. But a lifetime of strictly clean eating was hard to stop. "Isn't the corn tortilla, like, not that good for you?" Aniston asked about the plan, and commented that cheese in the diet is "Interesting."
Mrs. Justin Theroux manages her strict caloric intake starting as soon as she wakes us. "I usually have warm water with lemon first thing in the morning if I can remember," she once said. "Otherwise I'll have a cup of coffee, feed the dogs, then a shake, eggs and a little avocado and a little coconut oil on Ezekiel whole wheat toast."
Aniston never indulges in a slice of pizza. "I stick to a low-carb, gluten-free diet with lots of protein and vegetables. I love brown-rice bread - it's really good for you," she revealed. "Just put a little coconut oil and sea salt on top. Delicious."
In order to get in shape to play a stripper in the movie We're the Millers, Aniston took extreme measures. "I was on a very like, you know, greens and vegetables and lean proteins and kale. When I really wanted to have a cheat day, I had to have a kale chip."
Getting one of the most enviable bodies in Hollywood came with the help of a meal delivery service. She was one of the original supporters of the Zone Diet, which was known as the 40 30 30 diet. She ate 40% carbohydrates, 30% fat and 30% protein a day.
She hardly ever allowed herself an unhealthy snack. The actress even wrote an introduction to the book The Family Chef, by her personal chefs where she admitted that she indulged in "the occasional piece of cheese."