Diets of celebrities in a funny photo projectBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/diets-of-celebrities-in-a-funny-photo-project.html
The list celebrities who go on a diet, replenished every year, but this phenomenon is not new. Diets were idols of the past, like Lord Byron, and now I sit Actresses, models, TV presenters and other star characters of our time.
Italian photographer Dan Bannino has created an unusual and ironic series of still lifes that call Still Diet ("still on that diet" or "still life diet"). Photo of the artist showcases the culinary quirks of famous people. Among the heroes of the project were as the stars of the present and historical figures.
Beyonce Knowles: maple syrup, lemon juice, Cayenne pepper, herbal laxative tea and salt. It is not surprising that with this detox diet, the singer requires a considerable amount of toilet paper. Such detox diet, the singer tried on her, when she had to lose weight for the role of a black singer in the musical "Dreamgirls" (Dreamgirls) for 12 pounds.
Gwyneth Paltrow: broccoli, carrot, onion, walnut-lentil pate, peas, and water with lemon. Actress for many years is a strict vegetarian and adheres to a gluten-free diet, it is not surprising that on her Desk, so many vegetables. Besides slim Gwyneth wrote four books about healthy eating and writes a blog about healthy lifestyle, called Goop.
Simon Cowell: strawberries, cranberries, grapes, pineapple, blueberries, avocado, oranges, and mangoes are all in the form of a cocktail. Milk bathing and vitamins. Simon, an English TV presenter, producer, party fashion show on-screen, looking for his 59 years just fine. Perhaps the reason for its diet rich in exotic fruits and berries. British prefers to turn them into cocktails, which also flavor the liquid vitamins. This is a jealous diets and adept of eternal youth is awash in milk, even as it did in Cleopatra.
King Henry VII: chicken, rabbit, lamb, pork, fruit and wine. Table the first monarch of the Tudor dynasty demonstrates the eating habits of the British aristocrats of the highest order in the late 15th and early 16th century. There are many different types of meat, no vegetables, but several types of fruit. All this abundantly to wash down with wine.
Venetian nobleman Luigi Cornaro: half a liter of grape juice and boiled eggs. This rich Venetian who lived in the 16th century, carousing and burn life of up to 35 years, while doctors warned him of the imminent demise. Luigi come to his senses and became very moderate in eating and drinking: eat only 2 times a day, but every day I used grape juice — elixir of longevity. Thanks to this asceticism he lived to be 102 years old and wrote a book "the Art of living long", which is read and transferred almost 500 years.
Bill Clinton: cabbage soup and a set of vegetables. Before Clinton was immoderate in eating, which led to a mild degree of obesity. After the former President of the United States in 2009, doctors discovered a heart problem, he became a vegan by excluding from its diet of dairy products, eggs, meat and fish. Through this diet Clinton not only significantly reduced the level of cholesterol in the blood, but dropped 11 pounds.
Kate moss: cigarettes and alcohol. Perhaps the British super-model is and give up bad habits, but violent youth she spent in the company of alcohol and cigarettes. The photographer did not fail to decorate the table spilled flour (near an overturned bucket of ice), hinting that for energy in a diet and need more cocaine. And no wonder, because in 2005, a scandal erupted when the public became a movie in which the model was snorting powder in company with his friend, Pete Doherty.
Charles Saatchi: a glass of wine and cooked in different ways, nine eggs. World-renowned modern art collector and gallery owner, The Saatchi Gallery is eating eggs that are cooked in many different ways. In cooperation with the famous chef Nigella Lawson (his wife), he developed his version of egg and wine diet, which has lost over 18 pounds in 9 months. In addition, the table features a shark — a collectible, purchased at art bully Damien Hirst in 1991.
Lord Byron: mineral water and potatoes in vinegar. One of the first idols of the crowd, who adhered to a strict diet, was Lord Byron. English romantic poet in the period of study at the University of Cambridge sat on a strict, but rather a strange diet. He ate biscuits, potatoes, vinegar, drank Seltzer water, and was wearing several layers of wool clothing to sweating, to throw off the extra pounds.
As reported in the archival documents of wine merchants Berry Bros & Rudd, still existing, in 1806 Byron weighed 88 kg, but by 1811 — already less than 57 kg, meaning he lost over 31 kg, which is really a lot.