Many celebrities maintain their appearance with expensive skin treatments and even surgery.
But Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon owe their vitality and youthfulness to a much more disciplined approach – fasting.
The Hollywood stars look almost the same as at the start of their career, more than 20 years ago.
Tricks of the trade: Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon owe their vitality and youth to fasting
Jennifer, 50, and mother of three Reese, 43, hold on to a 16-hour fast regime, daily green juices, and strenuous workouts six days a week.
Fortunately, they allow themselves a & # 39; cheat day & # 39; once a week. to get what they want when they want – which in the case of Jennifer turns out to be celery juice.
Asked about how they start their days, they said Radio Times they had never heard of a container and did not even eat breakfast.
"I occasionally fast, so no food in the morning," said former Friends star Jennifer. "I noticed a big difference at 16 o'clock without solid food."
Going green: Reese has long been an advocate of making juice
Secrets: Jennifer, 50, and mother of three Reese, 43, hold on to a 16-hour fast regime, daily green juices, and heavy workouts six days a week
Regime: Jennifer said she pursues five workouts every week, and even when she's not fasting, the day starts with a celery juice, followed by meditation and a workout
Reese added: "I & # 39; just have a green juice and coffee in the morning.
"Jen knows so much about health and fitness that I always appoint her. She is good at welfare advice. & # 39;
To help her & # 39; flourish & # 39 ;, Jennifer doesn't wake up until 9:00, while Reese – who gained fame in the 1999 Legally Blonde movie – has a harder time, rising at 5.30 with her son Tennessee, seven.
She then trains at 7.30 and adds: & # 39; I probably do that six days a week. & # 39;
Jennifer said she pursues five workouts every week, and even when she's not fasting, the day starts with a celery juice, followed by meditation and a workout.
Reese added: "I & # 39; just have a green juice and coffee in the morning. Jen knows so much about health and fitness that I always appoint her. She is good at welfare advice & # 39;
The so-called 16: 8 diet may not be for everyone, according to dietitian Susie Burrell, who said that following such a restrictive regime is easier said than done. used to be.
The 16: 8 diet advocates fasting for 16 hours and free food for the remaining eight hours, usually between 10 am and 6 pm.
In addition to weight loss, intermittent fasting is believed to improve blood sugar levels, increase brain function, and increase life expectancy. But Miss Burrell said: & # 39; Instead of 8 o'clock & # 39; eat in the evening and not eat until noon & # 39; the next day, you will get the best results if you eat before & noon & # 39; eat until 6 pm & # 39; in the evening and not until 9 am & # 39; Eat 10 o'clock in the morning so that you still benefit from the metabolic benefits of consuming calories in the first half of the day. & # 39;
Now off: the interview can be read in this week's Radio Times
The Hollywood actresses play the lead role in the new TV drama The Morning Show, which will be screened on Apple TV + next month. The series, for which they are also co-producers, is about rivalry and sexual harassment in a TV news program.
The co-stars would like to emphasize how things have changed for actresses since the MeToo movement started. Despite the fact that she started the hit series Friends in 1994, when she was only 25, Jennifer said she wasn't a victim herself. She added: "I've had it pretty easy."
Reese said: "We are entering a time when women's voices are important in Hollywood, because women view things differently.
"Jen and I probably couldn't have made this show ten years ago. But people take us more seriously as makers and producers. & # 39;