via shape.com The baby food diet has been Tinseltown’s most buzzed-about new weight loss plan since widespread reports claimed that celeb fitness guru Tracy Anderson put Jennifer Aniston on the diet to lose a few pounds for a role. Aniston has denied the rumors, but that hasn’t stopped the baby talk.
The diet reportedly involves replacing breakfast and lunch with about 14 jars of baby food (about 25 to 75 calories each), and then eating a sensible dinner. What’s really up with the trend? Here, a quick pro and con guide:
Pro: No need to cook—just throw a bunch of jars of baby food in your bag and go. They’re portion controlled!
Con: Maybe there’s a reason you don’t remember what you ate as a baby. Pureed peas, anyone? click here to read more