Who Avoids It: Taylor Schilling
Why: This next diet no-no might come as a shock, considering you can't go anywhere without hearing about another celebrity juice cleanse. While fresh squeezed and cold-pressed juices do offer some nutritional benefits, Los Angeles based nutritionist Ilana Muhlstein, R.D. with Explore Cuisine, says that, in general, juice cleanses are the antithesis of healthy.
"I find them to be ridiculous, expensive and totally nonsensical," Muhlstein says. "They don't include fiber from the fruits and vegetables, which is where the bulk of the benefits are held. They leave people starving and deprived, and can cause a super unhealthy relationship with food."
In fact, "Orange Is the New Black" star Taylor Schilling, point-blank told People, "I don't roll with the juice cleanses. I will never do that. I like chicken and beans." Goglia supports Schilling's stance, and adds that because juice is so low in fiber, it rapidly penetrates the bloodstream, causing an immediate rise in blood sugar, which will ultimately result in a loss of energy and lethargy in a matter of minutes.