Admit it: Whenever you hear that a celeb dropped a quick five pounds on some snazzy-sounding Hollywood diet, you're a bit intrigued. If even for a split second, you might think something along the lines of: "That doesn't sound so bad. I could probably do it if I put my mind to it! And it's called a cleanse! It must be good for anyone!" But then your senses probably kick in, right? And you go back to your refrigerator where you grab yourself some real food, eat it, and say, "Mmmmm!"
Well, when I had a recent run-in with thoughts like these, my senses didn't kick in. I blame the fact that I'm getting married in less than two months. I was suffering from an acute case of bride brain! And I thought I'd give celeb trainer David Kirsch's 5-Day Ultimate Detox a shot. After all, I thought, it's made with all-natural ingredients, is only five days long, and you can eat two regular meals (well, plain mixed veg salads with 4 oz. of protein) while on it. So how hard could it be?