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Amanda Seyfried reveals raw food diet is “awful”

Actress Amanda Seyfried has admitted that, although her raw food diet keeps her beautiful figure in shape, it is not much fun.

“It’s intense. And sort of awful. Yesterday for lunch? Spinach. Just spinach. Spinach and some seeds,” she told Esquire magazine recently.

The 24 year old played the character of Sophie in the 2008 hit musical Mamma Mia!, starring alongside movie giants such as Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan and Colin Firth.

During the interview with the magazine, the petite blonde eats a packed lunch of tabbouleh – a salad dish from the eastern Mediterranean.

Its main ingredients are parsley, bulgur, mint, tomato, spring onion and herbs, usually coated in an olive oil and lemon juice dressing.

Amanda is in a number of films that are currently in various stages of production, including A Woman of No Importance, Albert Nobbs and Letters to Juliet.

She has also starred in the TV show Big Love, alongside Chloe Sevigny.

Have you ever tried a raw food diet?


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18 Mar
2010
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  • Andrea

    i havent tried the raw food diet and dont think i ever will myself but my friend did do it a few months back and it got her back into shape. it was hard but she pushed on and lost a few pounds which has really pleased her.

  • Leanne

    i have to agree the raw food diet is awful. i tried it but didnt really like it so i tried the The mini meal diet where you eat small six meals a day and found that i was never hungry on it and i was eaing every 2-3 hours which kept me going thoroughout the day.