Juicing is NOT for weight loss
(CLAUDIA TANNER FOR MAILONLINE) With so many diet trends around – including Paleo, Atkins, Dukan, and Ketogenic – it can be hard to decipher which are good for you.
Now celebrity trainer Justin Gelband has revealed his expert take on what does work and what doesn’t.
The New York-based fitness fanatic trains some of the most famous Victoria’s Secret models, including, Irina Shaik, Karlie Kloss, Erin Heatherton and Martha Hunt.
He has revealed he is a huge fan of the controversial Paleo, or ‘caveman’ diet which is low-carb and high fat.
He also blasted so-called juice detoxes and argued they do not work as a method to shed pounds.
Celebrity fans of liquid diets include model Lottie Moss and Gwyneth Paltrow.
Firstly, Gelband said it’s important to understand that although exercise is important to the regimes of his model clients, maintaining a healthy weight is not just about exercise.
He told Business Insider, ’85 percent of what you do is what you eat,’ echoing the the old adage ‘abs are made in the kitchen’.
Juicing is not for weight loss
Despite juicing having become a big health trend in recent years, Mr. Gelband is adamant that he does not recommend it.
‘At fashion week some models went on a juice diet and didn’t tell me,’ he revealed.
‘Not one lost weight, some actually gained weight. That got me in big trouble.’ READ MORE AT DAILYMAIL.COM