Guess what happens they say: A spoonful of sugar helps the medication go down. Or is it a spoonful of vinegar helps celebrities stay fit?
Stars like Miranda Kerr and Megan
sport burner diet pills Fox happen to be vocal about
their love of apple cider vinegar for a long time now, and this
trend isn't going away. In 2010 Megan Fox said, "It just cleanses
your system entirely."
After which there's Miranda, who likes to drizzle it on her behalf salad. She told Vogue Australia this month that she makes "a big salad with finely chopped fennel, cucumber, feta cheese, baby spinach, avocado--and a dressing of macadamia oil, apple cider vinegar treatment and Bragg's proteins."
That actually sounds delicious, aside from the amino acids part. Miranda also told Into the Gloss that she uses the potent stuff for greasy hair. "You put on a bit on within the shower like a rinse, and then wash it. It stinks a bit, but then you use conditioner and the smell disappears," she said.
Why do celebrity-adored diet tricks and tips always sound so
unpleasant? Gwyneth Paltrow told E! back in March that they
swears by "oil pulling." I was confused, so she explained the
process for us: "Oil pulling is when you swish coconut oil around
[in your mouth] for 20 minutes, and it's supposed to be ideal for
oral health and making your teeth white. It's designed to clear
up the skin, too," she said.
If all this talk of oil and vinegar makes you cringe, here's another diet trick that's not as intense that Miranda Kerr also swears by.
She recently wrote on her Kora Organics blog that they starts every single day having a glass of tepid to warm water using the juice of half an organic lemon. "Warm lemon water in the morning helps kick start the digestion process for the rest of the day," said Miranda.
As for our morning routine? No vinegar slim xtreme gold capsule or fresh lemon juice for us; we recommend a mug of coffee--it jump stars our day and make our lips pucker.