Actress Jennifer Aniston arrives to attend the Los Angeles premiere screening of the Netflix film "Murder Mystery" at the Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles on June 10, 2019


  • Jennifer Anniston, at 50, still looks young
  • Actress follows Intermittent Fasting eating regimen
  • Intermittent Fasting can result to weight loss
  • It also has other health benefits

Jennifer Aniston was present during the 77th Golden Globes Award as a nominee for Actress in a Drama TV Series for “The Morning Show” and a presenter. At the age of 50, the “Friends” alum is still smoking hot wearing a black Dior Haute Couture dress —a snap of which is shown in a story published by news outlet In Style.

So what’s Aniston’s secret? The American actress’ been practicing a healthy way of living, like doing yoga and following a nutritious diet. Apparently, Aniston has been following an eating regimen that’s been growing popular nowadays —the Intermittent Fasting.

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston is pictured arriving at the premiere of Netflix’s “Dumplin’” on Dec. 6, 2018 in Los Angeles. Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Aniston, who’s been doing the Intermittent Fasting, said she’s not eating solid food in the morning, Hello! reported. Instead, after reportedly waking up at around 9 in the morning, the actress drinks her celery juice, meditate and does her workout.

So, what is Intermittent Fasting and is this really effective? Here are a few things you should know about Aniston’s eating regimen —just in case you want to give it a go.

Intermittent Fasting is also known as IF, and by far, one of the world’s most popular method to lose weight and improve health.

Can this be considered as diet?

By definition, a diet refers to food and drink a person regularly takes or consumes. The same is also defined as a habitual nourishment or an eating and/or drinking regimen sparingly done to reduce one’s weight. Meanwhile, Healthline describes Intermittent Fasting as an eating pattern.

The most common IF method, according to the health news outlet, entails the 16/8 method, Eat-Stop-Eat and the 5:2 method. The most popular method, reportedly, is the 16/8 wherein it involves an 8-hour eating period and 16 hours fasting. For example, if the eating window period is between 9 in the morning until 6 in the evening, the fasting window period will be between 6 in the evening to 9 in the morning.

The Eat-Stop-Eat method reportedly involves a once or twice a week fasting for 24 hours. For example, not eating dinner on a Monday until dinner on a Tuesday.

As for the 5:2 method, one can reportedly eat his or her regular meal for 5 days but limit him or herself in a 500 to 600-calorie intake for 2 non-consecutive within the week.

There are numerous health benefits one can gain from doing Intermittent Fasting. Among which are weight loss, reduction of bad cholesterol, may help in preventing cancer, anti-aging effect and reduce inflammation triggers. However, every person is different. While this works well with others, it may not work with some.

It is, with great emphasis, advised to consult your doctor first before trying this eating pattern or any dietary methods.