Famous and beautiful celebrities' Diet Secrets to be in shape

Miley Cyrus

While talking about her diet, Miley revealed that her weight loss is all due to a switch to a gluten-free diet and regularly doing Pilates. She said this when people started buzzing that she’d adopted an eating disorder.

Jessica Biel

“Yoga is a constant for me because it keeps my muscles long and flexible,” Jessica said in an interview when someone asked about her diet plans and how she maintains her body so effortlessly.

Megan Fox

Megan said that she did not work out much but stopped eating dairy products after having her first baby in 2012. She said, “I’m not eating dairy, that’s my biggest secret”.

Gwen Stefani

“I try not to be but I’m super-neurotic about diet. I’m neurotic about trying not to be neurotic! I’m like every other girl,” the singer told Us Weekly.

Jennifer Lopez

“A little piece of something fattening is not going to kill you. It’s when you eat the whole box that it’s going to kill you,” Lopez told Women’s Fitness.

Kim Kardashian

While talking about her diet, Kim said, “Fifteen years ago, I tried the Atkins diet with my dad and we both lost weight really quickly. And I’m still doing it.”

Christina Aguilera

Christina got her body in shape all thanks to her "color diet". A color diet means you can only eat one specific color every day. For example, Monday would be white foods, so you could only eat things like cauliflower and white beans. 

Jennifer Aniston

We all are aware that Jennifer credits her famous body to the Zone diet. However, according to some reports on the internet, Jen starts her day with a glass of freshly squeezed lemon juice that helps to flush out her body.


Rihanna's trainer once revealed that when the singer is on the road, she tries to squeeze in at least three workouts a week, at least 25 minutes a day.

Eva Mendes

According to some reports, the secret of Eva's toned body is that she consumes five meals daily, each of which consists of five ingredients including protein, unsaturated fats, fiber, carbs, and a drink containing no sugar.