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Angelina jolie diet secrets

January 27, 2007

lara-croft-angelina-jolie.jpgTo get ready for her new movie Tomb Raider, Angelina Jolie had spent a few months on a special diet. Jolie’s been forced to swap cigarettes and coffee for steamed meat, vegetables and soya milk. ‘It’s an interesting test because I used to smoke and drink and I used to not eat breakfast but have a cigarette and coffee”, Jolie said.

Although Jolie admits that Croft is the role closest to herself, playing her was one of the hardest things she has ever done. “It was such a challenge physically,” tells Angelina, who prepared for the role by following a training regime that included kickboxing, canoeing, street fighting and yoga. “A special diet also helped me shape my body. I ate steamed sea bass or steamed beef and vegetables, and I had no sugar and only drank soy milk.” Angelina had lost weight from overwork and was glad the training and healthy diet helped her put back on a few pounds of curves.

“I’m all for curves on a woman, and feeling sexy,” she says, “and I never felt healthier or stronger than during the filming of this movie.” Jolie performed almost all of her own stunts in “Tomb Raider,” which include sword fighting, spear throwing, dog sledding and bungee jumping. For the bungee-jumping sequence, she went through three months’ training. “The most difficult thing was learning how to do bungee ballet,” she recalls. “It took a while to learn how to work with the harness.”

When Angelina Jolie was married to husband Billy Bob Thornton, they were really focused on cleaning up their acts. Angelina said, “No more smoking or drinking, and a sugar-free diet. They want to be really healthy before they embark on having children”.

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jessica alba diet secrets

January 27, 2007

jessica-alba-california.jpgOne source reports Jessica Alba has been on a diet since the age of 12. Jessica said, “Everyone in my family is heavily overweight. I wanted to be healthier, so I started cooking for myself when I was 12 years old. When I eat breakfast, I’ll have an egg-white omelette and fruit, or cottage cheese and a peach. For lunch, I’ll have a salad. Dinner is usually vegetables and chicken or fish. During the day I’ll have some dried fruit, or I’ll have a chocolate or strawberry frozen yogurt. I don’t really eat desserts or bread.”

Regarding her workout routine, Jessica said, “I try to work out every day for 45 minutes to an hour. I start out on the treadmills or elliptical machine for 10 to 15 minutes to get my heart rate up to 180 beats per minute. Then I do 50 lunges and crunches. Next I get back on the machine for another 10 minutes. Then I work on shoulders, biceps and triceps. I do that nonstop for four sets. When I work out, I have energy and feel good about myself.”

gisele bundchen diet tips or are they?

January 24, 2007

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Supermodel Gisele Bundchen has revealed the secret to her amazing figure–cheeseburgers. Yup, you heard me…cheeseburgers!

The leggy supermodel, who is infamous for her stunning figure, admits she is a carnivore when it comes to her diet and was even munching at McDonalds when she was “discovered” at the age of just 14. She said: “I like meat, real meat. It’s delicious.”

Despite her appetite for burgers, Gisele balances out her meat-heavy diet with rigorous exercise, she says, “I’m very athletic, so I guess because of that I get to eat what I want.”
Yes, yes I know, I want to hate her for her gorgeous bod too but she’s too damn cute to hate on.

Jennifer aniston workout tips for broken hearts

January 24, 2007

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jessica biel’s diet secrets

January 23, 2007

biel971280×800.jpgThe 3-Hour Diet

To get into fighting shape for ‘Blade: Trinity,’ Jessica Biel followed a strict diet that banned sugar, dairy, flour and salt. To keep her metabolism revved up and to get her through an intense workout schedule, Jessica has said she would eat several small meals every few hours, similar to the 3-Hour Diet.

jessica alba diet tips

January 21, 2007

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Jessica Alba has paid careful attention to her diet since age 12. The star reportedly doesn’t adhere to any formal diet, but eats and shops smart in a strategy similar to the Supermarket Diet. Alba also doesn’t eat dessert or red meat, avoids bread, and fills up on poultry, fish, vegetables, salads and fruit.

jennifer aniston diet secrets

January 21, 2007

aniston1281024×768.jpgWhen she starred on ‘Friends,’ Jennifer Aniston reportedly turned to the Zone Diet. On this diet, Jennifer would aim to have her diet consist of 40 percent carbohydrates, 30 percent protein, and 30 percent fat. The Zone’s founder claims this ratio will rev your metabolism.

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Madonna’s workout tips and other celebrities

January 3, 2007

Celebrity Workouts – How Stars Get In Shape!

Do you drool over Usher’s abs? Wanna know how Madonna keeps that bod lookin’ great? Unfortunately, talent isn’t the only thing that makes you go far in the biz – lookin’ good is a huge deal. Many stars adopt a hardcore fitness routine to ready themselves for a movie role. Get the scoop on how some of your fave celebs keep in shape!

Celebrity Workouts – Usher
This boy is a walking visual for the expression “washboard abs!” Usher is so defined that he looks like he’s never even tasted a Big Mac. How does Usher do it? His way, of course. Usher’s been workin’ on his abs since he was 16, but claims that it’s all because of good genes (not jeans… although he does look great in them), hard work and being disciplined – oh yeah, and 1,000 crunches a day. Usher also has a daily routine he calls “forty minutes of funk” which includes stretchin’, skippin’ and jumping jacks. Then he moves onto push-ups, leg raises and tricep dips. Holy… can you say fitness freak! Usher watches what he eats too by munchin’ on foods like chicken, fish, a moderate amount of carbohydrates (rice, pasta, potatoes etc.) and lots of fruits and leafy veggies.

Celebrity Workouts – Jessica Simpson
Singer Jessica Simpson started a new exercise routine to get in shape for her role as Daisy Duke in the upcoming Dukes of Hazard movie. Her workout includes two hours a day of squats and lunges and has motivated her to create a new workout
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video. “I have a white-girl bootie, so I’m doing all my squats to lift it a little bit and get some junk in my trunk,” says Jessica. While Jessica may have a bit more junk in her trunk, she’s still dealing with a lot of fluff between her ears.

Celebrity Workouts – Gwyneth Paltrow
How does Gwyneth Paltrow keep her lean look? Gwyneth practices yoga for 90 minutes a day. She’s also adopted a special macrobiotic diet, which is made up of whole grains, soup, veggies, beans and sea vegetables.

Celebrity Workouts – Madonna
Madonna has always been in good shape but over the past few years she’s become a total fitness guru! Madonna has adopted a strict routine of Ashtanga Yoga, which keeps her in shape from head to toe. She also follows a strict healthy diet and barely touches junk food.

Celebrity Workouts – Angelina Jolie
Angelina Jolie had to do a ton of physical preparation for the role of Lara Croft in Tomb Raider. Angelina was on a strict, heavy protein diet of meat and fish like sardines (yuck)! Angelina learned kickboxing and practiced it regularly. She also learned bungee ballet, scuba diving and weapons training, months before the flick started filming. This was required in order to play the video game superhero but it also helped buff her up.

Lots of stars use a personal trainer to keep in shape. Most of us regular peeps don’t have trainers but we can do other stuff to stay healthy. Tell us what you do to keep in shape!
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