Big in Hollywood: The "baby good cleanse," a diet favored by Jennifer Aniston and other actors that involves eating 14 small portions of pureed foods per day followed by dinner.
Model Naomi Campbell has subsisted for as long as 18 days on nothing more than a cocktail of maple syrup, cayenne pepper, lemon juice, and water.
The Huffington Post has questions about Gwyneth Paltrow's latest Goop: why is she making a Vietnamese salad two weeks into a three-week juice cleanse? Why is she sleeveless in January (and making a refreshing salad, to boot)? And, where's her red kabbalah bracelet? And, you were worried about the fate of health care reform.
The London Times debunks the food science claims of celebrities, including pop singer Fergie's espousal of "vinegar shots."