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'Glee' Star Matthew Morrison Eats Sweet Potatoes To Stay In Shape

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There are a lot of new diet trends going around, including the Dukan Diet and the 17 Day Diet, but Glee star Matthew Morrison has created his own foolproof trick: eat only sweet potatoes for three days.

Yes, that’s right… 3 days of potatoes.

Morrison revealed to the UK’s Sunday Mirror that in order to keep his six-pack abs, he follows a strict regimen. “I had to have a six-pack on show,” Morrison said. “The potato acts as a sponge and your body literally shrinks and gets ripped and tight.”

And let’s be honest, whatever the actor is doing it seems to be working, as evidenced by his washboard abs on the cover of the most recent issue of Details.

Okay, so we wouldn’t condone a diet where you’re eating one type of food only, but we are glad to see it’s a vegetable that’s known to be one of the healthiest because of all its nutrients and fiber (hey, silver lining right?)!

Maybe someone should tell Morrison about the benefits of a veg diet, that way he won’t have to live on potatoes alone!

Via Celebitchy

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