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JENNIFER ANISTON, 50, is an American actress who is best known for playing Rachel Green in the sitcom Friends. She has stayed in amazing shape during her career - what diet plan does she follow?

PUBLISHED: PUBLISHED: 20:35, Fri, Nov 1, 2019

Jennifer Aniston is an actress who has starred in films including Bruce Almighty, The Break-Up and Horrible Bosses. Although she has a busy schedule, she has managed to stay in remarkable shape and recently revealed intermittent fasting helps her stay trim. What does she eat on the diet plan?

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The Friends star follows a strict diet and wellness regime in order to stay slim and she has recently shared her tips.

Jennifer explained she will follow an intermittent fasting diet plan and will restrict herself to eating all her meals within an eight hour window each day.

The actress will fast for the remaining 16 hours and only allow herself to have low-calorie liquids during this time.

Opening up about her eating schedule, Jennifer explained she will usually start her day at 9am by drinking celery juice.

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Jennifer Aniston diet: Actress slim figureJennifer Aniston diet: She has managed to stay in great shape during her career (Image: GETTY)

Jennifer Aniston diet: Actress slim figureJennifer Aniston diet: She explained intermittent fasting helped her stay in shape (Image: GETTY)

Speaking to Radio Times, she said: “I do intermittent fasting, so no food in the morning. I noticed a big

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