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Celebs Swear By These Nutrition Trends-But Are They Actually Good For You?

Health Logo By Cynthia Sass, MPH, RD of Health | Slide 1 of 8: <p>We're captivated by celebrities-by their style, their anti-aging secrets and, of course, the ways they stay svelte and strong. But while we're aware that our favorite A-listers aren't health experts, it's tough not to be intrigued when someone with access to the best of everything raves about a natural bloat fixer or skin miracle. The truth? Plenty of Hollywood's advice is misguided (like guzzling bone broth for a flawless complexion), though some of the strategies are solid (such as <a href="http://www.health.com/nutrition/apple-cider-vinegar-benefits">sipping apple cider vinegar</a>). I've checked out the research (where there is any) on the hottest food fads to help you tell the wise from the wacky and even dangerous.</p>

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We're captivated by celebrities-by their style, their anti-aging secrets and, of course, the ways they stay svelte and strong. But while we're aware that our favorite A-listers aren't health experts, it's tough not to be intrigued when someone with access to the best of everything raves about a natural bloat fixer or skin miracle. The truth? Plenty of Hollywood's advice is misguided (like guzzling bone broth for a flawless complexion), though some of the strategies are solid (such as sipping apple cider vinegar). I've checked out the research (where there is any) on the hottest food fads to help you tell the wise from the wacky and even dangerous.

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