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For those looking to drop a few pounds in a short amount of time, the Celebrity Juice Diet offers a quick solution before any special event. Essentially a juice fast, the Celebrity Juice Diet is made up of 50% fruit juice mixed with 50% South African Hoodia Gordonii, which is a popular appetite suppressant found in many diet pills and liquids on the market. Known as one of the most safe diet supplements in the United States, Hoodia has been used in Africa for hundreds of years to control appetites without any side effects.


The Celebrity Juice Diet is an ideal option for those who are not interested in a long-term diet plan, or for those who need to lose more than 10 pounds. Since it is a two-day fast, many dieters feel they can take advantage of a weekend to drop a few pounds, and then eat healthy for the remaining days of the week. As with any fast, it is not healthy to continue a juice fast for more than a couple of days at a time, due to potential decrease in muscle mass and lack of energy.


While on the Celebrity Juice Diet, an individual needs to drink 12 ounces of the fruit juice mix each day for two days. No food, alcohol or caffeine is allowed while on the 48 hour fast, and smoking is also prohibited. Since the diet consists of liquid, dieters lose varying pounds depending on how closely they follow the plan.


The Celebrity Juice Diet has a few pros, including the ability to drop pounds with almost immediate results. With the Hoodia supplement, fasters feel less hungry than with other juice fasts and the two-day period is attainable for many faster to complete without much stress. However, the cons include the fact that much of the weight lost to start with is water weight, which may return after the fast is completed and dieters return to their former eating habits. A lack of energy from reduced calorie intake is also a downside of this type of diet. However, the Celebrity Juice Diet is a great option for those who need to quickly drop a few pounds before an occasion, or reduce the signs and symptoms of occasional bloating.


The Celebrity Juice Diet is an affordable fasting option for almost everyone, since each bottle costs about $40.00. The juice is found at many retail and drugstores, making it a convenient option for last-minute dieters.

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Bonnie Brown
water weight: gone!
OK, I’m not stupid so if there is a way for you to comment on this review, please don’t just yell at me because you think that I am. I know that the celebrity juice diet didn’t do anything for me to try to help me to lose weight when it comes to fat. But I did this for two days before I had to go to a really important event and I had to look great and I swear that I lost five pounds in the two days. I looked really fantastic for about two full days and then it all started to come back again, so it’s really obvious that I didn’t lose any fat at all. It was all water weight. But the thing is that I am so fine with that since I only needed to look good for a day anyway. I don’t think that I would want to do this very much because you feel horrible the whole time,b ut for something really important like for two days before your wedding or for high school reunions or family reunions, this is perfect. It gets rid of all of the extra padding that you have on your body that is water that is retained, but that isn’t fat. I still would have hated myself in a bathing suit, but all of my clothes looked just that much better. Things didn’t have that pinched look. I even found that my rings went on my fingers better. The celebrity juice itself tastes awful. I was hungry for most of the time and I was weak and tired for the rest of it. But it really did get pounds off so that I’d look good for the time that I needed to. I would do this again if I had to go to something extremely important and I needed to look fantastic for pictures and because I was seeing people that I needed to impress.
Karen Windhauser
gross product
This is officially the worst tasting diet product I’ve ever tried. I could barely manage to drink the Celebrity Juice without gagging.
sorry i fell for it
I am so sorry that I fell for this mess. The celebrity juice diet is a program for suckers like me who think that they can drink a disgustingly sweet and syrupy beverage over a weekend and get slim again. I don’t know why I let myself fall for these things. I hope that this will be the last time that I try something like this. I did lose one pound while I was doing the celebrity juice diet and I gained it back about three days later, despite the fact that I was sticking to a healthy diet. I think that it was probably just water weight that was flushed out and not actual fat loss, in retrospect. I think that these diets that have insanely low calories, where you really do starve yourself for a short time, and where I have to be miserable for a length of time are such a waste. They prey on people who have been struggling to lose weight and who are just dying to try something that will give them fast results. The thing is that a product like that just doesn’t exist and it’s lame of me and everybody else to fall for it. At the same time, it’s cruel of the product manufacturers to keep creating these things and selling them when they KNOW that they just don’t work. I will try to think back on my bad experience starving for no reason with the celebrity juice diet the next time I think it’s a good idea to try a “miracle” product.
got sick
This was the first “extreme” diet I had ever done so I really didn’t know what to expect. I was unbelievably hungry the entire time. I was sure that I was going to lose a lot of weight just because of the starvation that I was feeling the entire time. I was alright for the first while, other than the fact that I was hungry. But by the end of the first day I was starting to feel really cranky and I was easily enraged by just about everything (I actually yelled at a Kleenex box when it dispensed two instead of one…that’s not normal for me). I felt absolutely desperate to get the day over with. I had a horrible sleep last night because I was so hungry. I would have thought that I would sleep very well because I didn’t have any energy at all, but I was tossing and turning for all but an hour or two. The next day I had a massive dizzy spell as soon as I got out of bed and I almost fainted. I couldn’t stay standing up the entire time in the shower because of dizziness and weakness. All I could think about was food for the morning. By noon, I really wasn’t hungry at all but I was getting weaker and weaker. I had to get someone to drive me home from work because I really didn’t feel like I was capable of being safe behind the wheel. This diet is absolutely ridiculous and should be considered dangerous. If you do insist on doing this diet, make sure you drink loads of water because you’ll start dehydrating and won’t even realize it. You should also be very careful while you’re doing all of the exercises it requires because you’ll be very week and the dizziness and light headedness comes on really fast.
Super great
I’m not going to pretend that I think that the celebrity juice diet is some kind of wonderful healthy thing that you should live on forever. I don’t get why everybody gets so angry about this kind of diet. I think that not every diet is for everyone. Also, if you READ the label then you’ll see that it doesn’t tell you that you’re supposed to live with this product for the rest of your life. It’s just supposed to be used over a few days so that you can lose lots of weight in case you have a wedding to go to or another big event when you want to look your best. You’re not supposed to just drink this juice for the rest of your life. You just do it for a little bit and you lose a huge amount of weight so that you can look great for a weekend or so. The weight usually comes back on again, but it’s like that for any diet where you lose weight really fast. This is just a good way to make sure that you can actually lose a few pounds in a short amount of time. I’ve tried it twice in a few years time, and I lost four pounds over a weekend, both times. It’s just enough to make me look just a little bit better at times when it’s important because I’ll be in a lot of pictures or seeing people I haven’t seen in a long time. I wouldn’t call it any kind of miracle or anything, and I admit that for the first day, I am usually really hungry, but if you want to lose weight really fast, then you do need to tough it out a bit. I find that the drink is pretty sweet, but at the same time, I’m glad that it is because it stops the sweet cravings from happening, which is a real problem when you’re very hungry.
a joke
celebrity juice is nonsense. It would be more effective if it were actually made out of celebrities.
great for a weekend!
Before anyone gets their back up, I know that this is not the healthiest way to diet and it’s not really for the long term, but I had been dieting for months in advance of a really important reunion, and I had only a few more pounds to go before I knew I could look really great for people that I hadn’t seen in a very long time. So I stocked up on the celebrity juice diet product and I followed it to the letter for the two days before the event. The first day was absolutely horrible. I was hungry, cranky, I felt weak, but I still worked out and did everything that I should. It was miserable, but the thing I kept reminding myself is that it’s not a lifestyle diet, it’s only for two days! The second day wasn’t half as hard for some reason. I didn’t really feel hungry and although I got head rushes when I stood up too fast, I didn’t actually feel dizzy or faint. So I kept up with the exercises. That said, when I say that I exercised, I mean that I did them at home to a video and on my exercise bike. I didn’t go to the gym or go out running where I could pass out in public or where I’d have to drive, because that’s just asking for problems. I ate a teensy bit on the day of the event but still drank the juice as well. I found that I had to go to the bathroom a lot (#1) so I imagine there was a diuretic in the ingredients, though I’m not really sure. I highly doubt I lost 5 pounds of fat, but even if all of it was water weight, the point was that I was 5 pounds thinner by the time I was walking out the door for the event. My pictures looked absolutely amazing and my dress fit perfectly. I felt gorgeous so my confidence was super high. I don’t know if I’ll ever take that pic down from my facebook profile haha. So if you have to just lose those last few pounds for an event, and you don’t mind if most come back the days following, then this is a great choice. It worked for me!
Chad Bradley
doesn't work
This is not safe and it doesn’t work. I thought I could lose a lot of weight in two days and although my scale said I was down by 4 pounds after two days (which is a lot less than it advertised, but is still a lot) it all came back before the week was over. After a lot of research I found out that it was probably just fluid weight and not actual fat loss. I can’t imagine that drinking all that fruit juice that is so high in sugar can be a good part of any diet. The hoodia didn’t work for me at all. I was just as hungry as I ever am. It was a big struggle just to get through the two days. It was really a waste of time and I was sorry that I still had so much hoodia left after the two day period since it doesn’t work at all. I think this diet is just a waste of time and money. I don’t know what “celebrity” it’s supposed to represent, but I wouldn’t want it to be me if I were famous.
When I first saw this diet, I thought it was going to be a juicing diet that was simply endorsed by one celebrity or another. I’m into very healthy weight loss, so I thought this was what I’d be getting. I couldn’t have been more off the mark. This is pre-bottled sludge that is meant to starve you over a very short period of time. I don’t know if you’ll lose weight or not, but even if it actually does what it promises, it will be extremely unhealthy. I’m avoiding it like the plague.
Antonio Jones
weight lost then found again
in an act that I will admit was desperate, I did this diet because I wanted to lose a lot of weight quickly without any effort. Yes, deep down, I knew that this isn’t realistic, but I was still willing to give it a try. With the celebrity juice diet, I did actually lose a lot of weight for the short period of time. I didn’t lose as much weight as it said that I could have, but it was still pretty impressive. Then, by the following weekend, I found it again…
Bobby Rodney
Hoodia just doesn't work
After having another very negative experience with hoodia-based diet pills, I decided (stupidly) to give a hoodia product one more shot by using the celebrity juice diet. This product tasted disgusting, it didn’t represent a realistic long-term weight loss diet, and it just didn’t work in the first place. All I managed to achieve with this diet is a lot of hunger, and a huge rage because I was dumb enough to fall for a hoodia scam a second time over. I am completely finished with any product that includes that ingredient and I recommend that anyone reading this should learn from my idiot mistakes and do the same thing. This kind of diet is all wrong anyway, but it’s even worse because it involves that scam ingredient. Don’t get roped in just because it has the word “celebrity” in its title. If there ever was an actual celebrity attached to this diet, it certainly isn’t one who doesn’t still have weight struggles.
Todd White
water loss not weight loss
This is yet another diet that calls itself great for losing weight when in actuality, all it does is help the body expel excess retained water so that there’s less bloating, especially around the middle. The thing is, there’s a way safer, more comfortable, and less drastic way to achieve the same goal all the time: eat healthy, exercise, and stay very hydrated. Though it may seem backward to think that drinking water will help you stop retaining water, it’s true. When your body is well hydrated, it stops taking precautions against drought, which means that it doesn’t retain water. So essentially, by suffering through the Celebrity Juice diet, all you’re doing is achieving similar results to what you could be getting out of drinking lots of water all day long every day. In my opinion, I’d much rather go on about my life as usual and drink a free glass of water than go through the nonsense of this fasting diet that uses hoodia – an ingredient based on hype, not scientifically proven weight loss results.

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