However, history has taught us these food diaries are ripe for public mockery — because as it turns out, celebrities eat some pretty wacky things.
Remember when chef Pete Evans revealed his affinity for ‘cultured vegetables’ and those infamous activated almonds? Or when Therese Kerr shared that she enjoys a glass of “reverse osmosis (alkalised, mineralised) water with magnesium powder, vitamin C powder, sinc and selenium liquid”?
Oh, how the internet scoffed.
Not all ‘days on a plate’ are this eyebrow-raising, though. Kayla Itsines posted hers on Facebook yesterday, and it’s refreshingly devoid of ‘trendy’ superfoods.