What Healthy Treats Did Planet Celeb Eat And Drink In 2013?

1. Nicole Richie likes her (w)raps gluten-free

Back in September, designer and former best-pal to Paris Hilton – Nicole Richie, teamed up with rising rap star, Ebone Hoodrich to make (probably) the world’s first gluten free rap.


Nicole spat some lyrics about ‘Chillin’ in her crib ‘making gluten-free spaghetti’ and her ‘new ‘do”. Nicole has previously talked about her gluten-free lifestyle, priding herself on being conscious of what she feeds herself and her family and owing her increased energy levels to her diet.


Why not take a leaf out of Nicole’s book and try a delicious, healthy and extremely easy gluten-free meal. You can even enjoy a rich, comforting lasagna – Amy’s Kitchen Gluten Free Vegetable Lasagne is made with natural rice pasta, layered with tender spinach, courgettes, crisp carrots, delicious tomato sauce and cheeses – the perfect wintery, gluten free treat. Amy’s Kitchen Gluten Free Vegetable Lasagne is currently available from independent health food stores and Asda stores nationwide from 13th May, RRP £2.99.


2. Simon Cowell’s Ginger Baby

When Simon Cowell revealed he and girlfriend Lauren Silverman are expecting a baby, rumours about the couple’s sex life were rife. One thing he did confirm is that his obsession with drinking ginger tea is the reason he’s now a dad-to-be[1].


When promoting the new series of The X Factor USA, Simon was raving about the health benefits of his favourite drink, he said, ‘I drink ginger tea all day, which is amazing’.


He may be Mr Nasty on the judging panel but he clearly knows what’s good for him, take a leaf out of Simon’s book and harness the incredible natural potential of ginger with Pukka’s Three Ginger tea: available from Waitrose, Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Ocado, RRP £2.29.


3. Sienna’s fashion forward Miso treat

London Fashion Week 2013 was full of high drama, fabulous frocks and ‘frow’ gossip. Not least about Sienna Miller and Harry Styles cosying up at the Burberry show in Hyde Park. Sienna also revealed her favourite London Fashion Week snack – Clearspring’s organic, instant Miso Soup on the Go. With only 29 calories, Miso on the Go takes just 30 seconds to make and is absolutely delicious. Containing whole soya beans, cereal grains, koji (cooked rice and soya beans) and sea salt, Clearspring Miso on the Go is packed with antioxidants, B vitamins, calcium and iron – just what the fashionista ordered.


If you like Sienna’s style, try Clearspring Miso on the Go – the ideal way to tackle those hunger pangs as you fight your way to fashion royalty. It comes in two varieties: Organic White Miso and Organic Red Miso with Sea Veg, both available in independent health food stores and online from www.clearspring.co.uk, RRP £1.49.


4. Jay Z and Beyoncé go Vegan

Earlier in December, Jay Z announced that he and wife Beyoncé have switched to a completely vegan diet. After being challenged by a vegan friend to eat a totally ‘plant-based breakfast’ every day, the hottest couple on the planet enjoyed it so much they decided to embark on a vegan adventure for 22 days in the run up to Christmas.

If you are considering going vegan like Mr and Mrs Carter, then look no further than Amy’s Kitchen Red Thai Curry, the Clearspring range and Pudology desserts – three amazing food brands that take the hassle out of a vegan diet.


Amy’s Kitchen Red Thai Curry is available from Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Whole Foods and independent health food stores nationwide RRP £3.49. The Clearspring range is available from Whole Foods and www.clearspring.co.uk. The Pudology range is available from selected Sainsbury’s and Waitrose stores nationwide and online from Ocado RRP £3.45 for 2x90g.


5. Leona Lewis’ skin secret – Coconut Oil

Superstar singer Leona Lewis has revealed that coconut oil is her secret to a flawless complexion. The ‘Bleeding Love’ singer, who has just released her new Christmas album, Christmas With Love, swears by a daily application of coconut oil to keep her hooking her best, saying: “After your shower, rub coconut oil on your skin before drying.” Coconut oil has traditionally been used as a nourishing beauty remedy by many cultures across the world and is renowned for helping to heal skin.


Why not try CHI Organic Coconut Oil, available from Planet Organic, Amazon, Whole Foods and independent health food stores nationwide, RRP £9.95.


[1]  http://www.dailystar.co.uk/showbiz/337133/Simon-Cowell-Ginger-tea-made-me-a-dad