By InTouch Weekly
We may admire stars for their svelte physiques, but the path to obtaining that perfect figure often involves will power, gruelling exercise, and even bizarre diet regimes. And we mean bizarre.
What's better to season your food with than Windex? This Kardashian sister is said to spray the cleaner on her food after she's taken a bite or two to inhibit any further eating.
Beyonce may have lost 20 pounds through the "Master
Cleanse," but the diet, comprised largely of tea laxatives, salt
water, cayenne pepper, and lemon juice, has been deemed dangerous by doctors.
It was all or nothing for Adriana, who resorted to consuming only liquids for nine days leading up to the VS Fashion Show. In fact, she stopped her liquid consumption entirely for the final 12 hours.
Only Snooki could think to rely on the "cookie diet" to shake off the extra pounds, but we're fairly skeptical of the efficacy of the six cookies a day alongisde one real meal.
Only eating foods bearing one color for each day of the week? Bizarre or not, that's exactly what celebrities like Christina Aguilera have committed to in an attempt to shed the unwanted pounds!
In order to prepare for his movie portrayal of the late Steve Jobs, Ashton Kutcher adopted Jobs' rather unsustainable fruit-only diet, which ultimately landed the actor in the hospital.
Gwyneth Paltrow isn't afraid to be outspoken when it comes to health and wellness, and her 100% all-natural, non-processed macrobiotic diet is proof of her commitment to staying trim.
As a former model, Brooke Shields is known to adopt the "Grapefruit Diet" from time to time, which consists of a grapefruit with every meal, and a meagre 800 calories per day.
Perhaps more of a fad than an actual diet, Lady Gaga's so called "drunk diet," pioneered by her ex-boyfriend, really only involves the consumption of a lot of whiskey, and not much of anything else.
Jennifer's not the only celebrity to have tried the "baby food diet", which calls for puréeing the majority of the food that one consumes in a day, but how appealing does liquefied meat really seem?