Millions of us are attempting to eat healthier and lose weight, often in the new year after a Christmas holiday of seemingly endless self-indulgence.
While there are many basic exercise plans and healthy eating habits that can help, many people still turn to celebrity diets. A number of these promise rapid weight loss and can be very popular indeed, especially if the celeb is considered to be attractive and successful.
With the rapid growth of social media, it is now easier than ever for celebs to share many aspects of their life. In the space of a few minutes they can film themselves exercising or eating certain foods from their diet plan, and share it with millions of their followers online, many of whom will copy them.
This Diet.co.uk section examines the craze surrounding celebrity diets; the types of diets on offer and which celebrities use them.
While many celebrities are full of praise for the diet plans they have followed, often to slim down or bulk up for an upcoming film, please remember that everyone is different and therefore their diet may not be suitable for you. The best practice is to consult your doctor before undergoing a diet, especially if you have any health conditions such as type 1 or type 2 diabetes.