Katy Perry’s Vogue diet does not include alcohol.
Most models and actresses are known for their extreme diets, which gives them the look that photographers are apparently going for. For most of America, the concept is simple; eat right and exercise. For models and such, however, dieting goes a little bit further. Remember this if you ever feel the desire to get into modeling yourself.
The Katy Perry Vogue diet is enough to make most people want to run and hide in the bakery. The I Kissed A Girl singer appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to talk about her diet and the sacrifices she had to make:
“I did a lot of my own prepping. I kind of went on a cleanse … I did a lot of stuff like vitamins and supplements, I changed my coffee to green tea, I didn’t drink any alcohol for three months. So I was really in the zone and just really wanted to be glowing for that cover.”
Would you still want to be a model for just a magazine cover? The Katy Perry Vogue diet includes taking out the things that make a lot of our lives more bearable. Where would you be without coffee? Would you be able to deal with that kind of stress without alcohol? How about that cleanse?
Now, the idea of switching coffee for green tea may sound weird for some, but green tea is known to contain an herb called ginseng, which acts a lot like caffeine, but healthier.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with the cleanse routine, it’s where you basically consume nothing but fluids in an effort to rid the body of toxins and fatty content. Prepare for some serious bathroom time if you go that route, since the waste has to come out somewhere.
For most of us, Katy Perry doesn’t need to change a thing to be model material, but for a Vogue cover shoot, the diet needed to be a tad more demanding.
What would you do for a cover shoot? Would you be willing to try the Katy Perry Vogue diet?
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