Has The Taco Cleanse already found a celebrity spokesperson? Jennifer Aniston reveals she is ‘riveted’ by bizarre detox plan and has ‘already ordered’ the sold-out book

The Taco Cleanse is sweeping the nation, and even attracting the attention of A-list celebrities. 

Jennifer Aniston, who has never been shy about her passion for Mexican food, was thrilled to learn that the tortilla-based diet plan exists. When The Taco Cleanse came up during an interview with Yahoo Food, the 46-year-old actress said ‘What?!’ and immediately Googled the plan.  

‘I’m riveted [by the Taco Cleanse],’ she said of the 30-day plan created by four ‘taco scientists’ in Austin, Texas. ‘I can see that being something.’ 

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Famous fan: Jennifer Aniston is just one of the many people going crazy over the new Taco Cleanse that debuted in December. The actress said she was ‘riveted’ by the concept

New trend: The Taco Cleanse suggests that eating nothing but vegan tacos for 30 days is good for your health

Sign me up! The 46-year-old, who has one of the best bodies in Hollywood, ordered the vegan cookbook on Amazon after she learned about the diet during an interview 

Wes Allison, Stephanie Bogdanich, Molly R. Frisinger and Jessica Morris wrote the book after they discovered 30 days of eating nothing but vegan tacos is actually beneficial for your health. 

And like most people, Jennifer was concerned that the concept is just too good to be true.

‘Isn’t the corn tortilla, like, not that good for you?’ she asked aloud. ‘And what about the cheese? It’s interesting.’  

Wes Allison, Stephanie Bogdanich, Molly R. Frisinger and Jessica Morris wrote The Taco Cleanse after they discovered that 30 days of eating nothing but tacos is actually beneficial for your health.  

Nacho lover: Jennifer, who is pictured with her husband Justin Theroux at the Leftovers premiere in October, once admitted that her last meal would consist of Mexican food if she ever had to choose 

In good company: Jennifer often vacations in Mexico with her famous friends, including Chelsea Handler. The two are pictured at a luncheon that was held at Arianna Huffington’s home in January 2015 

However, the cheese the former Friends star was concerned about isn’t on the menu. The diet book, which debuted in December and is already sold out, consists of 75 recipes for vegan tacos, which means meat and dairy are off limits. 

‘I already ordered the book on Amazon!’ Jennifer announced at the end of the interview. 

However, her interest in the trendy diet plan isn’t that surprising. Jennifer is known to wax poetic about tortillas during interviews. She is also a regular at Marix Tex Mex Cafe in West Hollywood.

‘It’s cliché but it would be a Mexican meal,’ she once told Stylist of what she would choose to be her last meal. ‘It’d be chips and guacamole, quesadillas, enchiladas, a big tostada salad. And nachos.’ 


Genius idea: The unique eating plan was created by Wes Allison, Stephanie Bogdanich, Molly R. Frisinger and Jessica Morris, four self-proclaimed ‘taco scientists’ from Austin, Texas 

But it will be interesting to see if she actually tries eating tacos for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 

The star has one of the most enviable bodies in Hollywood and is known for choosing balanced meals over fad diets. 

According to the book’s description, readers will learn how to make their own tortillas and fill them with everything from beer-battered Portobello mushrooms to tater tots, which may be of interest to Jennifer. 

Last year, she told Self that she loves making nachos and fries the chips herself. ‘Just take a tortilla, cut it into triangles, and throw ‘em in coconut oil,’ she explained.  

Taco experts: Jessica (L) and Molly (R) can be seen wearing white lab coats while holding glass beakers

Vegetable expert: Stephanie (pictured) is also the creator of Lazy Smurf’s Austin Vegan Guide

Proud of his work: Wes can be seen posing with he and his co-authors’ new book and a menu featuring their taco recipes 

One image on the cookbook’s Instagram page sees a taco stuffed with a vegan hot dog. And there are even recipes for healthy salsas and margaritas, two of Jennifer’s other indulgences.  

Unsurprisingly, the new diet book is attracting a lot of attention, with many people taking to social media to share Jennifer’s enthusiasm and dub the eating plan the greatest thing to happen in 2016.

Former reality start Spencer Pratt jokingly tweeted: ‘I’m on day three of this taco cleanse and have only gained like 10lbs,’ while Patricia Lopez added: ‘I’ve never been so excited to start a cleanse.’ 

‘Begin with a breakfast taco, the most important taco of the day,’ the book promises. ‘Even if you do nothing else, your mood will brighten in just 24 hours. 

Exaggeration: Former reality start Spencer Pratt joked that gained 10lbs after three days on the new diet 

Getting creative: The diet book consists of 75 recipes for vegan tacos, which means meat and dairy are forbidden. This meat-free taco is stuffed with a vegan hot dog 

Master this cleanse: The tongue-in-cheek satirical guide pokes fun at dieting culture, while offering readers unique vegan taco recipes 

Feeling fruit: The plan offers plenty of variety, and these ‘Tropical Breakfast’ tacos are made with bananas 

‘Keep eating tacos and within a week your outlook will be noticeably improved. After 30 days, cleansers report lasting benefits – and you will, too!’

However, the tongue-in-cheek satirical guide, which pokes fun at dieting culture, also jokingly claims to help followers grow beards and conceive children. 

When one Twitter user contemplated starting the plan, The Taco Cleanse replied: ‘It’s a satire. But don’t tell anyone else. It’s a secret.’ 

And while The Taco Cleanse doesn’t appear to make any promises about weight loss, Jennifer believes the book’s scientists may be on to something – and that just adds to its appeal.  

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