This month we’ll be featuring the five latest and greatest celebrity diets – one on each Friday – that celebrities are using to lose weight, burn fat, and maintain their Hollywood bodies. Be sure to come back to learn more favorite celebrity diets for spring.
This week: Blueprint Cleanse.
Everyone struggles to lose the last 5 pounds and few last inches. If you want a fast plan with quick results, Blueprint Cleanse might be the diet tool for you. Celebrity fans of Blueprint Cleanse include Sex and the City star Sarah Jessica Parker, Gossip Girl star Jessica Szohr, and actress Christine Taylor. All the ladies have tiny, toned physiques, necessary to fit the designer couture they often flaunt. Although this diet won’t give you ripped arms like Sarah, you may just slim down enough to show of the muscles you already work so hard to achieve.
Blueprint Cleanse lasts three days. During that time you drink six specially crafted tonics per day for a total daily intake of 1,000 to 1,200 calories. This liquid diet is raw and vegan, allowing for easy digestion and cleansing of toxins ingested through processed foods. Additionally, the raw blends result in fast weight loss.
However, Blueprint Cleanse is certainly not without its drawbacks. For instance, although Blueprint Cleanse may work in the short term, it is certainly not sustainable. Like all severe liquid diets, Blueprint Cleanse may slow your metabolism. If you choose to try the diet, make sure not to extend it past three days and ease your way back into difficult to digest foods.
Check out this sample menu for Blueprint Cleanse:
Meal 1: A green juice with romaine, parsley and kale
Meal 2: Pineapple juice with romaine, parsley and kale
Meal 3: Green juice with romaine, parsley and kale
Meal 4: Spicy lemonade with agave nectar
Meal 5: Carrot, apple, ginger, lemon and beet juice
Meal 6: Cashew nut milk with vanilla and cinnamon
If you want more information about Blueprint Cleanse, check out their website. Plans are available for $65 per day, but with a little work you can probably make the tonics in a blender for a lot less money. You can also buy a recipe book, recently featured in Us Weekly, for $16.
Make sure to check back next Friday to learn another favorite celebrity diet for spring!
Source: Us Weekly, Issue 778, January 11, 2010