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Weirdest celebrity diets revealed - and whether they actually work

Weirdest celebrity diets revealed - and whether they actually work

Celebrities are known for trying out some very odd dieting tricks - whether it's to stay in shape, shed the pounds or even bulk up.

Often celebs' keep fit regimes involve private personal training sessions and fancy LA exercise classes which are out of reach for most of us.


But sometimes they disclose the utterly bonkers diet tips that have also helped them reach their fitness goals, which can encourage fans to follow suit and give them a go too.

From vinegar shots to 'master cleanses' and even eating 'baby food', there's an overwhelming number of unusual weight loss suggestions out there - but are they really worth trying?

Here's a look at some of the weirdest dieting tips celebrities have revealed - and whether they could actually work as part of a healthy weight loss plan or not.

Apple cider vinegar shots

Victoria Beckham encouraged her fans to try downing two shots of apple cider vinegar first thing in the morning on an empty stomach - ouch. The former Spice Girl praised the benefits of the vinegar in an Instagram story last year where she posted a picture of a large bottle of unfiltered cider and wrote: "Be brave! Two tbsp first thing on an empty tummy! x" And Posh Spice isn't the only one. Apple cider vinegar has been praised by people as a miracle weight loss booster and aid for digestion. Kourtney Kardashian reportedly drinks it twice a day, Miranda Kerr has spoken publicly about how she rates apple cider vinegar , and Megan Fox says it "cleans out her system". According to the Daily Nutrition , this is because the store cupboard ingredient contains acetic acid to help burn fat, it can help with digestion, keep tummies sated and can improve metabolism. Although weight loss, of course, isn't all about downing a couple of shots of magical vinegar to shed pounds, incorporating it into your diet to see if it helps won't do you any harm.

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