Goo Diet of Lady Gaga Ups Sales of Baby Food by 100 Percent

by Kathy Jones on  May 29, 2011 at 3:14 PM Celebrity Health News
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Lady Gaga's goo diet is behind the massive leap in sales of baby food in the UK, it is being reported.

Ever since the 'Poker Face' singer has revealed that she has kept the pounds off by eating infant meals, the sales of baby food has rocketed by 100 per cent.
 Goo Diet of Lady Gaga Ups Sales of Baby Food by 100 Percent
Goo Diet of Lady Gaga Ups Sales of Baby Food by 100 Percent

"Sales of baby food have been static but since Lady Gaga was reported to be a fan, demand has gone through the roof as women are copying her eating habits," The Mirror quoted a spokeswoman as saying.

Figures from grocery website Ocado showed a huge increased in sales of baby food such as creamed porridge, spaghetti bolognese and pasta.

Demand for Heinz Mum's Own Creamed Porridge has soared to 100 per cent while pasta and spaghetti bolognese purees are up 87 per cent.

Sales for Plum Baby 7, Bean and Beef Cassoulet with Tomato had also jumped by a third.

And Ella's Kitchen Organic Chicken and Sweetcorn Mash was up 15 per cent.

The goo diet, which was devised by Madonna's personal trainer Tracy Anderson, has also been a hit with stars such as Jennifer Aniston and Cheryl Cole despite experts warning it is not healthy for adults.

Source: ANI

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