Jennifer Aniston denies diet claim

Last updated 05:00 17/05/2010
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SPICY EVENING: Jennifer Aniston and Chris Gartin have shared frozen margaritas and tacos at her place.

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Jennifer Aniston has denied she is on a baby food diet.

It had been claimed the actress was following a diet craze called the Baby Food Cleanse in a bid to keep in shape for her new movie Just Go With It. The Baby Food Cleanse features fruit smoothies, pureed oatmeal, dandelion soup and pears with cinnamon. You are also allowed to eat lean meat and vegetables.

Jennifer has now denied the reports, insisting she only eats adult food. "I've been asked lately, 'Jen, what's this baby food diet all about?' I kept thinking, 'That's the strangest question ever.' Sorry, but the last time I had baby food, I believe I was one. I've been on solids for about 40 years now."

The Baby Food Cleanse was created by personal trainer Tracy Anderson, who has worked with stars including Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow. Tracy has previously hailed the regime as the foods involved can be easily digested by the body.

"You can lose 5lbs in a week and you won't feel tortured," she said.

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