Continued from Sherri Shepherd’s Weight Loss Plan.
Just like so many other celebrity diets, Sherri Shepherd‘s diet is an unoriginal celebrity diet that we have seen before. It is predictable, boring and flawed. What is wrong with Sherri Shepherd’s diet?
Actually, the more I think about it, the more I realize that Sherri Shepherd’s diet is not that bad. She follows the Fresh Diet program, which is a balanced diet that prescribes eating turkey, fish, vegetables and fruits.
In case you have never heard of the Fresh Diet, it is a home-delivery service which delivers three gourmet meals and two snacks daily (for about $30 a pop). Fresh Diet uses “good” carbohydrates – think sweet potato, asparagus, quinoa, and fats like omega-3s, olive oil and nuts.
That said, Sherri Shepherd’s diet seems a bit overly restrictive – eggs, bacon, fries, burgers, onion rings, milk shakes and other foods that Sherri really likes are not permitted. I know what you are thinking, so no, I am not saying she should continue eating junk food, at the same time, there is nothing wrong with indulging your cravings once a week, assuming she eats healthy the rest of the week.
To stay honest, Sherri is keeping a food diary and charting her progress on Twitter.
The bottom line on Sherri Shepherd’s diet In short, her diet plan can be described like this: “Fill your plate three-quarters with colorful vegetables and fruits; the final quarter with lean protein,” says her nutritionist Dr. Rovenia Brock.