After a match against Rafael Nadal, he fell to his knees and started eating the court. "I felt like an animal. I wanted to see how it tastes. It tastes good," he said.
Steve Jobs once only ate carrots for weeks at a time. So much so that his skin actually turned orange!
Fergie, as well as a few other celebrities, start every single day with a shot of apple cider vinegar.
Purportedly touted by the reality TV personality and socialite, the ketogenic diet provides a low-carb, high in fat, moderate protein diet... but is low on fiber—vital for gut health.
The actress admits to eating in the shower. Among other food, she snacks on chicken and enjoys the odd cup of coffee.
Victoria Beckham is an advocate of the Five Hands Diet: five palm-size portions of high-protein items like scrambled eggs, goji berries, nuts, and smoked salmon.
The 'Marie Antoinette' actress swears by the pH Diet. She eats lots of green vegetables rather than acid-forming foods like meat and dairy to "alkalize" her body.
Madonna has previously followed a macrobiotic diet of fruit, vegetables, whole grains, and soy products.
Jamaican sprinter and Olympic champion feasted on as many as 100 Chicken McNuggets per day during the 2008 Olympics.
Apparently the 'Big Little Lies' actress includes clay in her "detox" lifestyle.
The singer of 'One Direction' fame drinks "bulletproof" coffee—a staple of the paleo and keto diets. He stirs butter and coconut oil into his morning brew.