You Should Steal These Diet Tips from Your Favorite Celebrities

Celebrities, they're just like us!


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Want to feel and look like a celebrity? You can start by eating the way they do. Here are six celebrity-tested healthy habits that you can adopt today.

Eat peanut butter like Luke Bryan.

According to, country music mogul Luke Bryan stays fueled and focused on the road by packing peanut butter along for the ride. Healthy fats and antioxidants like vitamin E help protect all body cells from harsh environmental damage.

Make breakfast like Gwenyth.

According to a recent podcast, GOOP goddess Gwenyth Paltrow starts her day with a fruit and veggie filled smoothie. Looking for a slurpable smoothie with no added sugar? Blend this Green Smoothie.

Martha juices — and so can you!

Wanna be just like Martha Stewart? Then start your day with green juice. Martha's drink of the moment uses spinach, celery, parsley, mint, and a piece of fruit—either pears, mango or papaya. According to, she whips them up for her staff members too.

Keep it simple like Ina.

Much like her style, the Barefoot Contessa opts for a simple and classic breakfast. She tells us that coffee and a bowl of quick cooking McCann’s Irish Oatmeal are all she needs to be fabulous.

Take a cue from Joanna Gaines and DIY.

To help keep processed foods out of her kingdom, the Queen of the Magnolia empire Joanna Gaines tells website that she only sticks to healthy homemade snacks to help keep energy levels high between meals. Want to try for yourself? Make a batch of Trisha Yearwood’s Power Balls.

Meal prep Like Kourtney K.

According to, Kourtney Kardashian plans ahead for her busy days by making big batches of soups and chili so she can enjoy them all week long. Opt for high protein soups like chicken noodle and bean-filled minestrone because they are extra satisfying. If she can make time for some healthy meal prep, so can you.

Dana Angelo White, MS, RD, ATC, is a registered dietitian, certified athletic trainer and owner of Dana White Nutrition, which specializes in culinary and sports nutrition.

*This article was written and/or reviewed by an independent registered dietitian nutritionist.

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