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Raw Foods Diet Gets Tested On The Tyra Banks Show

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tyra.jpgOprah-wannabe (good luck with that), Tyra Banks, has created a show-down between three of the world’s best known food coaches to find out which diet works the best. Alissa Cohen, raw food coach & author extraordinaire, is one of the coaches — and according to We Like It Raw — most likely the underdog in the competition as well. From the site,

“Alissa was given the challenge of seeing just how big of a transformation she could take two ordinary women through over a period of a few weeks. Alissa’s competition, Jillian Michaels (NBC’s: Biggest Loser) and Dr. Ian Smith (VH1’s: Celebrity Fit Club) were also given the same challenge.”

Very cool. It’s amazing that Raw Food was even considered as an option for dieting. Beyond our friends at Pa-Raw-Dise, we rarely hear mention of this type of diet. You can catch a clip of the Diet Show-Down here. We also give you permission to hit mute anytime Tyra opens her mouth.

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