Rachel Jennifer Aniston has recently embarked on "The Baby Food Diet," which is exactly what it sounds like. Created by superstar trainer, Tracy Anderson this diet involves eating 14 spoonfulls of baby food throughout the day and then having a healthy, "adult" meal later in the evening.
"When you do these liquid cleanses I felt a responsibility to come up with something. Liquid cleanses do help you lose weight but you will gain more the next week" said Tracy. "I wanted something where you can eliminate toxicity, break bad habits but still have your digestive system going. That is when the baby food cleanse was born."
Jennifer is rumored to have already lost 7 lbs after just a week of purée baby barf. There is reason it is called "baby food," because it is meant to be consumed by BABIES. Imagine going on this diet as a grown woman: you go out for lunch with your friends, everyone sits down, orders their meals but you ignore the menu, and instead, whip out your container of mushed up peas and carrots and just start shoveling. Like seriously, would you use a tiny baby spoon too?
For all the slack Aniston gets for "wanting a baby" or being "jealous of Brad's new family," we thought she'd be the last one to one-up the insults by eating baby food herself (isn't she pregnant now?).
After a few clicks of research, we found out that a lot of adults are repulsed at the idea of consuming baby food. They even have discussion boards about it:
Commenters on The Huffington Post, article and this board confirmed that, shockingly, not all adults hate baby food. "Augmented Skankbot" said that "the sweet potato & cinnamon combo is pretty tasty" while "kjgirl" admitted that her son "ate baby food until he was 23."
Would you use this diet?
Via Huffington Post