Always manicured, in top shape, with glowing skin – perfect celebrities seem to be bombarding us left, right and center.
So it seems only natural that mere mortals look to them for diet tips.
But experts warn some of the detoxes touted by A-listers are far from healthy – in fact, they are dangerous for your health.
Today, the British Dietetic Association (BDA) revealed its much-anticipated annual list of celebrity diets to avoid in the New Year.
The line-up this year includes clean eating, diet pills, teatoxes, the 6:1 diet, and green juices.
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They warn that there seems to have been a spike in recent years of people’s fascination with food, health and fitness.
‘With the New Year around the corner, the influx of even more weight loss blogs and social media feeds, diet books, nutrition ‘experts’ and celebrity-endorsed fitness DVDs on the market is inevitable,’ Sian Porter, consultant dietitian and spokesperson for the BDA, said.
‘All these options can make it overwhelming for people wanting to live a healthier lifestyle or lose weight.
‘In this situation, it is definitely worth considering whether someone is simply profiting on your dreams and rather than shedding the pounds, all you’re going to lose is your hard-earned cash.’
And so, to help you discern the good from the fad, the association has compiled the worst celebrity-backed diets they have come across in the run up to 2017: