A diet which consists of eating a million tacos is definitely enticing, especially for actress, Jennifer Aniston, who says in interview with Yahoo! Food, “I’m riveted. I can see that being something.”
And it is something. Taking off in 2016 is “The Taco Cleanse: The Tortilla-Based Diet Proven to Change Your Life,” written by 4 “taco scientists” from Austin, Tx., Wes Allison, Stephanie Bogdanich, Molly R. Frisinger, and Jessica Morris, is a vegan diet plan that replaces breakfast lunch, and dinner, with some sort of taco concoction.
The Mexican food staple cookbook authors claim they lost weight after eating tacos for 30 days straight. “Your chakras will become realigned into an optimal taco pattern,” their website claims.
But does this sound too good to be true? “Isn’t the corn tortilla, like, not that good for you? And what about the cheese?” Aniston asks. But by the end of her interview, these reality based questions were brushed aside, “I already ordered the book on Amazon!” the Smartwater spokeswoman announces.
And the perpetually fit 46-year-old actress is not the only one. “The Taco Cleanse” cookbook is currently sold out on Amazon.com. Just one question: Is pairing one of these tacos that promises to “bring all of your levels to new heights and increase your nutrimatter content a thousandfold” with a skinny margarita, part of the plan?