Many celebrities maintain their appearance with expensive skin treatments and even surgery.
But Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon owe their vitality and youthfulness to a far more disciplined approach.
Looking almost like they did at the beginning of their careers over 20 years ago, Hollywood stars have now revealed their secret.
Trade tricks: Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon owe their vitality and youthfulness to the post
Jennifer, 50, and mother of three Reese, 43, adhere to a 16-hour fasting regime, daily green juices, and strenuous workouts six days a week.
Fortunately, they allow themselves to spend the day & # 39; once a week they get what they like when they like it – which in Jennifer's case turned out to be celery juice.
When asked how the days begin, they told Radio Times that they had never heard of French fries and did not even have breakfast.
"I'm working on an occasional fast so I have no food in the morning," said former Friends star Jennifer. "I noticed a big difference at 4pm without solid food."
Green light: Reese has long been an advocate for juicing
Secrets: Jennifer, 50, and mother of three Reese, 43, adhere to a 16-hour fasting regime, daily green juices and strenuous workouts six days a week
Mode: Jennifer said she targets five workouts each week, and even when she's not fasting starts celery juice, followed by meditation and exercise
Reese added: & # 39; I only have green juice and coffee this morning.
& # 39; Jen knows so much about health and fitness that I always repay her. She excels at welfare counseling. "
To help her "move forward," Jennifer doesn't wake up until 9 a.m., while Reese – who found fame in the movie "Legally Blonde" in 1999 – weighs in, got up at 5:30 a.m. with her Tennessee son, seven years old.
He then has a workout at 7:30 in the morning, adding, "I probably do it six days a week."
Jennifer said she targets five workouts each week, and even when she's not fasting, starts with celery juice, followed by meditation and exercise.
Reese added: & # 39; I only have green juice and coffee this morning. Jen knows so much about health and fitness that I always repay her. She excels at welfare tips
However, the so-called 16: 8 diet may not be for everyone, says dietitian Susie Burrell, who said that following such a restrictive regime is "easier said than done".
The diet advocates 16: 8 in fasting for 16 hours and eats freely for the remaining eight hours, usually between 10 and 18 hours.
With weight loss, intermittent fasting is believed to improve blood sugar control, boost brain function and increase life expectancy. But Miss Burrell said: "Instead of having dinner at 8pm and not eating the next day until 12am, you will get the best results if you eat dinner from 5pm to 6pm, and not eat until 9am or 10am. so you still want to reap the metabolic benefits of consuming calories in the first half of the day. & # 39;
Immediately: You can read the interview in this week's Radio Times program
The Hollywood actresses star in the new TV drama Morning Show, which will air on Apple TV + next month. The series, which is co-produced, is about TV rivalry and sexual harassment.
Stars want to point out that things have changed for actresses since the MeToo movement began. However, despite starting the hit series Friends in 1994, when she was just 25, Jennifer said she was not a victim herself. She added: "I had a pretty easy time."
Reese said, & # 39; We are entering a time when women's voices are important in Hollywood, because women see things differently.
"Jen and I probably wouldn't have made this show ten years ago. But people take us more seriously as creatives and producers."