Even after giving birth to her last child in 2012, Reese Witherspoon managed to keep her skinny figure thanks to the potty method. Find out what are the risks and benefits of this diet?
After the birth of her last son, Tennessee James Toth in 2012, Reese Witherspoon started potty training at the same time as her baby. The heroine of “A Blonde’s Revenge” is even completely addicted to this diet, given that she has been following this method for several years. But what is it?
Reese Witherspoon and the “small pots” method: what is it?
The “baby food” or “small pots” diet was designed by Tracey Anderson, an American fitness coach to promote a healthy and balanced diet. The principle is simple: eat baby food daily and throughout the day, for one to two weeks. It is only at the end of the day that one can allow oneself a “normal” meal. According to the creator of this diet, the benefits are many : the small jars are easy to transport and are rich in vitamins, low in salt, sugar and spices. In addition, the small pots do not contain pesticides or insecticides, and their ingredients are also very controlled.
Except that, as one suspects, this method is absolutely not not adapted to the diet of an adult and even presents some risks. Indeed, consuming only mixed food can create a shock for the digestive system when it is necessary to resume a normal diet. In addition, this diet is very low in protein. Besides, you may lose muscle rather than fat. It is therefore preferable, before you start, to contact a doctor in order to set up a serious follow-up.