How Much Would That Celebrity Bikini Body Cost You?

Earning Power, Living & Spending
on September 30, 2014
Cost of Celebrity Bikini Body


Hey, I’d look like that too if I could afford the full-time support at my beck and call. Admit it—you’ve thought about it. And you’re right, the results offered by celeb-style health and fitness plans often come at a high cost. But some stars are driving their expenses even farther over the top with meal delivery services, pricey juice cleanses and sought-after celebrity trainers. And while some of us aim for a weekly grocery bill around $50, these celebs are spending around $50 a day for breakfast, lunch and dinner to arrive on their doorsteps. Check out the cost breakdown of those covet-worthy celebrity beach bods—finishing up with a list of the top three biggest spenders.


Meal Delivery

The likes of Audrina Patridge, Eva Longoria and Ryan Seacrest are customers of Sunfare, a weight-loss delivery plan. Sunfare costs $57.85 for three meals and a couple of snacks each day, coming to a monthly total of $1,157.

The Fresh Diet
A Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef created The Fresh Diet, which also includes three prepared meals and two snacks a day. One month of the program is priced around $1,400. Paula Abdul famously uses this delivery service to maintain a balanced diet.

Sofia Vergara and Jennifer Lopez use Freshology, which has a daily rate of at least $50. Freshology focuses on portion control and featuring ingredients that build immunity from disease.

Paleta features farm-fresh meals using sustainable practices. Kevin Connolly, Channing Tatum, Adrian Grenier and Ashley Greene are among celebs who have used the service. The meals are priced at $38 a day.

ZEN Foods
This weight loss delivery plan can cost up to a whopping $125 a day, depending on which program. Rob Kardashian, Zac Efron, and Vanessa Hudgens are customers of ZEN Foods.


Juice Cleansing

Pressed Juicery
A cleanse from Pressed Juicery costs $325 for five days. Nicole Richie, Zooey Deschanel and Gwen Stefani are just a few of the celebs that pay for these fresh juices.

BluePrint Cleanse
Sarah Jessica Parker, Blake Lively and Olivia Wilde love the BluePrint Cleanse. A five-day cleanse is priced around $300.

Ritual Wellness
The Reset Cleanse from Ritual Wellness has been popular among celebs like Sofia Vergara and Kim Kardashian. The six-day cleanse costs $432, but if you wish to continue working out during your cleanse, then the plan can cost up to $540 for additional juices to power that level of activity.

Juice Press
This two-day cleanse costs $133.88 for twelve juices. Kate Hudson, Renee Zellweger, Naomi Watts and Miranda Kerr are among their clients.


Kaeng Raeng
Kaeng Raeng provides supplements to be consumed with raw fruits and vegetables. Jennifer Lopez and Lauren Conrad have used these supplements, spending $130 for a six-day supply.



SoulCycle is one of the most popular fitness classes for celebs. Katie Holmes, Lady Gaga, Alec Baldwin and Nicole Kidman are just several among the long list of celebs hitting the bike. Jake Gyllenhaal has been spotted on an instructor’s bike during a class at Union Square. One class is $34, but a fifty-class package goes for around $3,500. The price may be worth it if with Jake Gyllenhaal front and center. “Hey girl, don’t give up.”


Jennifer Aniston reportedly spends $900 a week with personal trainer and yoga guru Mandy Ingber. Aniston meets with Ingber three times a week for a one-hour session.

Jennifer Lopez, Sofia Vergara and Angelina Jolie train with Gunnar Peterson, who can cost up to $15,000 for a six-week workout program.

Rihanna reportedly spends $1,500 a day on personal trainer Ary Nunez who focuses on martial arts and pilates.

AntiGravity classes have become a celebrity favorite. Both Gwyneth Paltrow and Britney Spears have endorsed the class, while Reese Witherspoon is a fan of the New York Trapeze School. One class is $35.


Diet and Nutrition

Jennifer Aniston meets with dietician Carrie Wiatt for $300 consultations. One week’s worth of meals from Carrie Wiatt is priced at $385.

Rihanna pays her personal chef Kamal Kalokoh $800 a day for healthy Caribbean food prepared daily.

Several celebs pay a high price for nutritionist David Allen. Zac Efron, Colin Farrell and Vanessa Hudgens are clients of Allen, whose services cost $2,500 initially, plus $4,300 for individual testing and an additional monthly membership fee of $1,700.

Heidi Klum and Gwyneth Paltrow pay a staggering $20,000 for a year of consultation with nutritionist Oz Garcia, who is recognized as the world’s leading authority on healthy aging.


And finally (drumroll, please) the biggest monthly spenders on our list are…

  1. Rihanna = $47,400
  2. Sofia Vergara = $16,932
  3. Jennifer Lopez = $16,630


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