Needless to say, she promptly Googled the book and ordered a copy. However, she'll have to wait like the rest of us non-Friends, as it's currently sold out online.
“I’m riveted [by the Taco Cleanse],” Aniston said. “I can see that being something.”
Indeed, as Tacocleanse.com points out, the prospect of annihilating tacos morning, noon, and night offers several benefits that will likely prove untrue:
- You will wake up in the morning with new enthusiasm when you know your day is going to start with a breakfast taco
- Your chakras will become realigned into an optimal taco pattern
- Your life will become more fun and you will make more friends while consuming the required margarita supplements on the plan
- Your sleep will improve as you begin to detox from the negative self images associated with other diet plans
OK, so that first one is probably true. But the idea that tacos will grow you a beard, help you conceive, or improve your contraceptives... well, they throw you off the scent of whether or not the Taco Cleanse is legit. But, if you consider that the taco can merely be a vehicle for cilantro, fresh vegetables, beans, and lean meats, you start to realize that's a helluva lot more personally sustainable way to eat healthy than, say, going Paleo or struggling through Whole30.
Obviously, you'll still need to count your calories and not just eat endless tacos, if you're going to lose weight. And the Taco Cleanse hasn't been rigorously tested yet, so its efficacy remains questionable.