A Celebrity Nutritionist Gave Us 90-Day Custom Diets


– I have really just been drinking this Glowing Green smoothie. And I feel so different,
in such a good way. (upbeat music) – We have brought in a nutritionist for the next 90 days to get
us a little bit healthier with our eating habits. – I am addicted to snacking. I sometimes replace my snacks for dinner, lunch and breakfast. – I will eat fast food often. – I feel like I’ve been really busy. I recently moved, I’ve recently
gone through a breakup. The only thing I feel like I can control or see happiness in is food. So, I’m like, if I want food
that makes me feel good, but like shit later, I’ll still eat it. ‘Cause that’s what I want right now. – I noticed I’ve been having
some bad eating habits and I noticed that my stomach
has not been happy with me. When I eat now, my stomach
gets really bloated, and I feel like really irritated. – For a couple of years,
I had stomach problems where I would feel really nauseous after eating and have to throw up. And I wouldn’t really understand why. I know what I eat affects how I’m feeling and I really would like to
just overall change my pattern. – I want to start making
more conscious decisions in healthier ways, as in I
don’t need to count my calories all the time, and I don’t
need to log into an app. Like, I want to just be
able to make these decisions and know what foods are gonna make me feel more energized and less stressed. – What I hope to gain is
just better eating habits and to be healthier. – My name is Kimberly Snyder
and I am a nutritionist, an author and a wellness
and beauty expert. I’m really passionate about helping people feel their very best. And this comes from my own journey of healing myself from
bloating and really bad acne. As part of my career,
I’ve had the opportunity to work with many different celebrities such as Drew Barrymore, Reese Witherspoon, Carrie Washington, Channing Tatum. So my philosophy is based
on really supporting our body’s natural intelligence with whole foods and optimizing digestion. Most of us learn about
nutrition as dieting and numbers and all
these confusing formulas. And I lived through it myself because I tried every
single diet out there. I’ve learned that we don’t
need to hyper focus on numbers and all these confusing formulas. We just really need to
optimize our digestion to support what our body
already knows how to do, to eat who foods and to
incorporate certain strategies and tools and tips that make
everything so much easier. – We’re going to simplify your dinners. We’re gonna split the dense foods. You’re gonna have the
eggs, and you’re gonna have the bread with the soup. You’re gonna have the
chicken with the veggies. You’re gonna incorporate some
more plant based dinners. For the snack, you’re either gonna switch to coconut milk or almond milk yogurt. You’re gonna give up dairy
for the next two weeks. – I can do that. – And we’re gonna try,
instead of the dense other snacks you’re having, to have hummus with veggies or soup or
a power protein smoothie. – What I want you to focus on is transforming your morning ritual. So that means getting up,
having room temperature water, hot water with lemon, two
SBO probiotics, meditation or stillness for one to
five minutes at least, and having your Glowing Green smoothie. So in the morning, I want
your phone in airplane mode. I want you to take a couple
of moments to breath, meditate, have time for
yourself, ease into your day. It’s gonna really help you
feel anchored and balanced. Then I want you to have that
same easing into your evening. I want you to stop eating by 9:00. Try to go to bed closer to 11:00. At the end of the night, have some couple deep breaths as well. Don’t work up until you go to bed. And your sleep is gonna be deeper. It’s gonna be more rejuvenative. – I’m usually super against
drinking my breakfast. We will see how it goes. I’m hoping I feel more energized. – Starting off with my cup
of room temperature water. Let’s see if this is the elixir of life, and it gives me more energy. So the Glowing Green smoothie, everyone. – Being on this nutritional
diet, there’s a lot to learn. Going to grocery stores take a lot longer because I’m relearning what I need to buy. Usually I just go straight
to the chips section. But now, it’s all about the veggies. And there’s a lot of
veggies I don’t know of. The first month I was so gung ho. I was sprinting with this challenge. I was like, I can do this. I was cooking my meals. I’m cooking Brussels sprouts pasta and making a salad all at the same time. – The first month honestly,
was a little hard for me. Kim wants me to go vegan or vegetarian for three to four days out of the week. So yesterday I didn’t eat any meat. I stuck to salads, which we know I hate. For my personal life, it’s
when I started traveling the most and that’s when I got super anxious. And then also having to
be thinking about food, I was being really negative and
being really hard on myself. It’s about 8:30 in the morning,
and I’m usually supposed to start out the morning with a glass of water and a hot glass of water. I’m supposed to save my juice ’til later. But I’m drinking this green juice now because I woke up at 4:00
am and I was starving. – My first month was a
struggle going into it. I broke the nutrition plan pretty hard. And I got some Chick-fil-A. But that’s not all. I actually also got Taco Bell because I just couldn’t decide. – So I just made the Dharma salad, and I had some nutritional
yeast that I used for seasoning. Apparently, its great
for soups, vegetables, pasta and even popcorn. – Instead of participating
in today’s doughnut day, I’m participating in my
oatmeal and fruit day. – I think putting my phone
away for five minutes has definitely taught
me that it’s important to get rid of those distractions
and to be more present in the moment and have more clarity. I’m cooking a lot more than usual.
– Amazing. – I’m making an avocado pasta sauce. I’ve never done this before. Veggie pasta. We got the Brussels sprouts that almost burned the house down. – About the first four weeks for me, I did no dairy. I’ve been eating these
coconut milk yogurts. And they are delicious. I didn’t even know that they existed. – I really have been
sticking to the smoothie every morning
– Amazing. and just trying- – Taking your probiotics? – Yes. I take probiotics every day. I’ve been doing-
– Lemon water. – Lemon water. – Even though I have been
going out to eat a lot, I’ve been making conscious
decisions, at least. – [Woman Off Camera] Looks healthy. – Looks like salmon. ( woman off screen laughs) – I’m making the smoothie and I liked being able to supply my body with vegetables and nutrients.
– That fiber. – Yeah. I’m here at Sweet Greens, and
I made a build your own salad. And honestly, it is already quite filling. And I feel like before, I
wouldn’t get full off of salads. But this definitely has
a lot of protein in it. – For the next few weeks
Lauren, I want you to keep doing what you’re doing, ’cause
you’re doing amazing with the smoothies. With lunch, I want you to introduce the digestive
enzymes before dinner. Make sure you’re having
those salads at dinner. I want you to focus on
eating dinner earlier, going to bed earlier, that’s
a really big thing for you. I want you to start getting more sleep. I want you to try and get that
meditation in in the morning. – Keep flitting through
the book, if you want to go a little bit deeper,
the parts that resonate, you can read a little bit deeper, but I think you’re doing amazing. – We’re gonna keep taking
our SBO probiotics. – We’re introducing the digestive enzymes, which I want you to take
even before the smoothie. Trying the raw sauerkraut,
have a cup before dinner. And we’re also gonna go down the path of exploring a little bit
of a candida approach. So when you make your
Glowing Green smoothie instead of using a banana or red apple, I want you to just use a green apple. I want you to try to eat dinner earlier because if you’re digesting
food when you go to bed, that kind of adds to bloat. Keep taking your detox oxygen at night. It’s a lot of little
things for the bloating and so everything keeps working together. – The second half of this
three months was so much better to me because I realized
that I can control the things that I could, and if I couldn’t
control the other things, that’s okay too. I’m starting my day with my lemon water. Traveling and I’m doing good. – Second month, I
started getting motivated again by working out. And I felt better with that, and I did start noticing
some improvements. So, we have two huge food trucks at work today, and I said, “No” to them. I am very impressed with myself. I’ve been more committed to
making healthier choices. And that’s been hard. Week one Shila would’ve been like, “Nope, I’m getting the food truck food.” – The midway point wasn’t as much of a struggle as I thought it would be. I just had momentum
kind of, at that point. I started researching all around the benefits of being vegan. I just went grocery shopping at Sprouts. I got a lot of good stuff. I’m excited to cook. I even bought a vegan cookbook. (mellow music) – The third month was great. I felt healthier with my
relationship with food and the decisions I was making. I’m trying to find more
snacks that I can crunch on consistently like vegetables and hummus instead of like, chips or
just random empty calories. – Third month, I was kind of going back to my old habits again. So it’s kind of like you get better, and then you get a little
worse and you get better. It’s just kind of like
a roller coaster for me. For this smoothie, I
did it without bananas. I kind of did the candida smoothie just because my stomach has
been feeling bloated. – By the third month, I felt myself actually not craving coffee as much. I started also because Kimberly mentioned that I should be getting more sleep, which I am still working on. I did fall asleep by 11:30 last night, but I fell asleep watching
Netflix on the couch. So it wasn’t ideal. I fell asleep in my makeup and
with not all the lights out. So, the effort continues. – Starting my day off
with lemon and hot water, so I assume how people wake
up and need their coffee, I wake up and I need this.
– Oh, so now it’s part of your life.
– Yes. – I feel like I actually
don’t crave chips as much. – Since we went in your
cafeteria and looked at the snacks, was that helpful? First of all, we want to avoid
these really sugary cereals. This just isn’t doing your body any good. There’s no nutrition. But I do like this. – Having some whole nuts
– [Shila] I have eaten that. is a great option, especially the almonds. Some bars can be good, but I’d rather you stick to whole foods. I’d rather you eat a banana or an apple. Whole foods again, don’t
be scared of eating fruit. – I found myself craving a salad, Even last night. And I’ve never, never craved a salad. – Isn’t that amazing, how
your tastes can change? – Yeah, it’s bizarre. – At the end of this, it was cool to come together and just cook and share what we’ve learned through this journey. – It was also nice to
have something healthy as opposed to just ordering pizza. We’ve all been on this journey together and it’s all culminated
to the Stand point. – I’m so excited. This is really honestly,
it looks delicious. – Yay!
– It does. – And a lot of green.
– Yes. I think the best part about this is just progressing. And what I learned was that you can’t be so hard on yourself. You’re not gonna get it the first time. Your symptoms probably won’t go away the first month, but
it’s all about the journey. – I’m so happy that I did this. And I really do feel like it was life changing in a lot of ways. It’s been about two and a half months since I last had fast food. And I can honestly say, I
feel so much more energy than I have felt in a really long time. – I feel like this is just a continuation of me and my journey of
my relationship with food. I feel really healthy with the decisions that I’m making currently,
which I feel like I haven’t felt that way in a long time. (upbeat music) – Hey, Unsolved is on a
new channel (mumbles). – Subscribe here.
– Subscribe here. – That was my part.

  1. Emily Edwards

    Wow, I wish that buzzfeed would do some videos with a dietician that would be possible for people with full schedules. Most of this stuff is not possible for someone like me, I work 40 plus a week and go to school full time so I'm lucky if I get 7 hours of sleep a night. It would be nice to see some healthy quick plans.

  2. Simonne

    Let me get you the number of an actual college-educated dietician in SoCal. My mom's friend daughter is a San Diego native and got her nutrition degree from San Diego State and she knows a ton more than this sham of a "dietician". Go down to San Diego and look this woman up.

  3. Theresa Sch

    Please don't use single use plastic bags at the grocery store for your veggies. Just put them in a reuseable one for transporting home 🙂

  4. Spring G

    Please redo this video with a Registered Dietitian. Nothing was specific from person-to-person and the goals were more than likely unrealistic depending on what the ladies were doing before they made the diet change. The lady here is not a qualified professional.

  5. Aaron Carroll

    "Its all about fallowing your bodies natural intelligence to guide youre diet and digestion"
    "Take your pro-biotic"
    "Take your digestive enzyme"
    "Take your detoxy oxygen at night"

  6. Hannah R

    Its sad they made a vegan diet look like only salads 🙁 Theres so much delicious food you can eat on a vegan diet! I like how the nutritionist told them to cut out dairy and be plant based for most of the week. Its not a "vegan push" its actually better for your body- animal products have so much saturated fat and cholesterol. If everyone started to incorporate more plant based meals into their week, they would help themselves and the environment.

  7. Maggie Hawkins

    There is nutrients in every food, food is made of carbs, fats, protein and micronutrients. This lady is pushing a really restrictive way of eating, and viewing food.

  8. Kiara Moore

    I feel like this just kind of made them change how they do things completely, but if they do it gradually and more realistically it could be easier to do.

  9. mildred masinde

    Guys am going to tell u sth. I have been a bigger girl all my life with no issues at all till I was 24 Last year with 160kgs. Now am 120kgs and trust me I don't do all these things. I just stopped over thinking about losing weight and food. I only ate when am hungry and I ate everything. The point is I eat food that can make me satisfied in one sitting so junk was obviously out of the picture. And trust me in three months I lost 40kgs.i eat meat and veges. Just that I dnt like redmeat but I can eat it if I didn't get chicken. Stop stressing your bodies. Just listen to ur bodies and dnt cut everything at once. Slowly just get into it. It's called a journey ryt. And a journey starts one step at a time.

  10. Madd emoiselle

    I'm a student and studying to become a registered Dietitian.

    A person should try to get their vitamins and minerals from food, not just soley from pills. Also vitamin and mineral supplements are almost always above the recommended RDIs (Reference Daily Intake) a person should consume daily. So your body doesn't even absorb the whole pill full of vitamins and minerals, but you pee it out (research water soluble vitamins (ex: vitamins C and B) b/c that's what you urinate out). A suggestion is to cut them in half (save more money and your body will absorb more).

    A healthy change is adjusting your eating habits gradually with baby steps not changing it completely suddenly and randomly. If you do that you won't stick to it.

  11. Julia Christman

    Love this! Three years ago, I gave up fast food, dairy and overall greasy food. I replaced potato chips with carrots and hummus, replaced cookies and candy with fruits like bananas, pineapples and grapes, and I started to feel mentally and physically better! It also gives me the energy to run and lift weights 5 days a week. I definitely do need to work on incorporating meditation into my morning routine along with making sure I get enough sleep at night though. She makes a good point in saying "put the phone down". I spend wayyy too much time on my phone and it gives me a headache lol

  12. Aoibhín Farrell

    This woman is a nutritionist, not a dietician. Anyone can call themselves a nutritionist, you don’t need qualifications for that. Only take advice from QUALIFIED dieticians. This woman is giving these girls eating disorder habits disguised as ‘nutrition’.

  13. Amber C

    Everytime i see a "nutritionists " recommend any type of supplements/ pills/ man-made-super-powder I'm out. Dafaq do they know about what its really doing to your body? Just because they learned about it from the manufacturer's propaganda does not make it true. Not even scientist knows exactly how our human body functions. So many unanswered medical questions and health debates and here you are a nutritionist who went to a second rated school telling people to consume a product you know nothing about…. Lol I will just cut it short, eat what nature produces.

  14. Milla

    This ‘nutritionist’ is giving some pointless tips to these ladies. Probiotics have no concrete evidence that they work. Also I can’t see why these ladies can’t eat a more varied diet. Their diets now seem so restricted!

  15. Ella

    Is there seriously an ENTIRE HEAD OF ROMAINE LETTUCE in that green smoothie?? That's nasty. Also, smoothies really aren't very filling. If they had eaten the ingredients in the smoothie whole throughout the day it would have been far more filling and satisfying. This nutritionist is whack.

  16. Rachel Reeves

    jazzmyne and the rest of these women are all gorgeous and living their best lives . whether the decide to incorporate these habits into their lives it doesn’t matter . however they look myself and many other people think they look beautiful and still find them as an inspiration to try new things and put effort into trying to feel healthier . i just hope they all feel good and they’re all confident in their body’s and shapes and looks because to me and many other girls out there they are inspiring us to be the best versions our ourselves and it doesn’t matter what anyone else says (.)

  17. e z z i b

    this sort of diet is not healthy. you may feel good with a week of it but its going to lead to binging. drinking so much juice means your missing out on all the fibre! way too much sugar. anyone can call themselves a nutritionalist but dieticians are the way to go. they are actually qualified

  18. Kate

    Drinking calories really isnt great. The thermic effect of food (energy needed to digest the food) is very important and her extreme diet shifts aren't very effective. Moderating portion sizes for guilty pleasures while increasing vegetable/fruit intake and eating lean proteins is so much more important than a lot of her suggestions. Please get a registered dietitian instead of a nutritionist

  19. shawty

    Wanna eat healthy? Follow fitmencook. The guy changed my life with his food. And he actually seasons his food lmao. He’s got vegan options too.

  20. huxtables

    What a healthy diet includes (trust me works almost for anyone unless you have other health issues)
    1. Always eat breakfast. Drinking it will make you less full and you should eat carbs, dairy, and protein.

    2. Eat a small snack less than 300 calories 2-3 hours before lunch

    For lunch, you should be able to eat anything you want, but don’t take advantage and go too overboard with this.

    3. Eat another snack 2-3 hours before dinner but less than 150 calories. 3:30 pm is the best time

    4. Eat a very light dinner but mostly vegetables. Does NOT always have to be a salad but it can be ideal for a whole meal. Don’t forget to add in a little bit of carbs (10-20 g is ideal) and eat protein as well

    5. You should feel free to cheat 2 times a week. However, you shouldn’t eat like an entire box of pizza for one meal, because it will lead to indigestion instead you can eat it for the whole day.

    6. Don’t feel guilty after eating junk food. It actually increases your stress level and cause weight gain.

    7. Don’t think of it as a diet. Just think of it as a lifestyle change to help you live healthier and “cleaner”

  21. Arts and Cats

    so wrong about cereal. if you want a sweet snack in moderation cereal is the best way to go. its packed with so many vitamins and minerals because its made to be fortified nutrition supplying cheap breakfast for picky kids!

  22. Rachel Dornan

    Good to know i'm not the only one who thinks they should've brought in a certified dietitian instead of an unqualified "nutritionist". Some of her recommendations do make sense, but there are plenty of other healthy foods they can have that's not a smoothie or a salad.

  23. Joanne Rowley

    Everyones complaining about the nutritionist. I’m too busy being horrified about that girl heating her water in the microwave. 😭

  24. LolaLivesHere

    I feel like most Americans are addicted to junk food. Imagine living in a country where there is little access to junk food. It isn’t a necessity. I don’t think that you should feel guilty if you slip up because we’re so over-exposed to junk foods here. But I do think that it’s okay to try and stick with healthier options.

  25. R T

    I would rather have seen these girls figure out the number of calories they need to maintain their current weight (TDEE) and decide to either stick to that number or go into a daily caloric deficit, using something like My Fitness Pal. Based on their preferences, they could each adapt a different macronutrient ratio goal. As long as they stick to their macros and calorie goal, they would have no restricted foods.

  26. Kay Simming

    Could people stop bringing in nutritionist with no training? Get a professional! Any professional would give you a diet where you don't need to take pills. Any professional would've told Jazz that vegetarians don't only eat salad. It's ridiculous at this point.

  27. Tayisawesome12

    The only one that actually sticked to the plan was the curly hair one the rest be like “eh I did it whatever” she’s like “LETS DO THISSSSSS” get what I mean?

  28. Kelli Sees

    Whoever edits these can really make them longer so we can get a better sense of the diets themselves. The only thing that seemed customized about these diets were the supplements

  29. Jill Kealling

    Do y'all have sufficent pancreases? Yes…digestive enzymes are unnecessary.
    Do you have thrush or any other documented candidiasis fungal infection? No…the candida diet is useless and unnecessarily restrictive.
    Do you like higher crop yields? Yes…buy traditionally grown produce. Don't waste your money on organic.

  30. Ashley Pomrenke

    Stop trusting nutritionists. They aren't licensed and literally anyone can call themselves a nutritionist. If you want real, trustworthy advice go with a licensed, trained dietitian. Every dietician is an nutritionist but not nutritionist is a dietician. Stop making these videos if you don’t have a licensed, trained professional. ☹️😤😡

  31. Princess J

    I'm 144ilbs trying to loose weight, but I'm constantly hungry. Any tips I'm eating two meals a day with couple snacks in bewteen so I'm not starving myself. Can anyone help

  32. Rachel Edman

    After half a semester of introductory nutrition even I can pick apart dozens of bad tips this lady gave. Get a real professional next time

  33. Lyndsy Carson

    So i’m trying to work more keto into my diet and i put motzerella, garlic and nutritional yeast on top of a hamburger patty and it’s been my favorite meal ♥️

  34. JellyfishGroupStan

    like i'm vegan and i'm glad she's recommending to get away from animal protein because it's not healthy, but apples in smoothies? nooooooo dear lord. please replace them with blueberries.

  35. Megan L

    "You go vegan" "you go vegetarian" "you go vegan"
    As if healthy eating is only achieved through veganism. I have lost 100 lbs and I feel great and I eat meat and everything. Its moderation. Everything is bad for you in large quantities. Me personally, living vegan wise and super strict eating would make me want to give up and make me hate myself. Just my personal opinion. I lift and need 120g of protein and I find that it may be hard to achieve that without meat lol.

  36. Cinnamon the Guinea Pig

    ONLY SALAD!? That’s so boring. Salad isn’t the only healthy thing. I’m vegan and extremely healthy and happy, and I hardly ever have salad. I love eating English muffins with almond butter and banana, avocado toast, oatmeal, smoothies, and so many other nutrient dense foods. They don’t need all of these pills. If they just eat enough nutrient dense foods, they won’t need medicine and pills. I hope these ladies know they can eat more than salad, and I hope buzzfeed can get a registered dietitian and nutritionist.

  37. Michelle Ramroop

    I don’t understand the comments, this is what you’re supposed to be eating, salmon and kale are far from tortuous 😂. Also it’s apparent none have worked on your gut health because probiotics and enzymes are a necessity if you have gut issues

  38. Alex Larson

    Never EVER go to a “nutritionist” for help with healthy foods! People like this lady just spew crap and get paid for it. Get a registered dietician. They have done extensive schooling and clinicals. They know how to help create diets for your needs. You will be able to have sustainable results and health benefits. And they’ll help get healthy foods you actually like, unlike this quack.

  39. Pink Rush

    I noticed that through the months, Jazmines face got so clear, and she was more focused. Same with the other girls but I'm so proud of them! They deserve the best for themselves.

  40. A Person With A Name

    I have that snacking problem, but on school days, I don’t have breakfast, I have a few chips for snack, a salad, water, cookies, and fruit for lunch, and I have a small dinner, yet I still don’t like my body…
    Yay anxiety!!!!!

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