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NIA'S ESTIMATED DAILY INTAKE 1,400 calories*

Nia Long, 38
Long loves her curves because "being super-skinny ages you."

MORNING
Fat-free bagel with fat-free cream cheese and smoked salmon
Supplements including Formula 50, 2 oz. aloe vera juice and a liquid multivitamin with minerals

LUNCH
Cobb salad with turkey bacon, lettuce, tomato and 3 oz. of roasted chicken

SNACK
Roasted-garlic hummus

DINNER
Stir-fry with ½ lb. shrimp, ¾ cup brown rice and 1 cup broccoli in cooking oil spray with 1/8 cup low-sodium soy sauce

SNACK
Apple tart (apples, cinnamon, crushed Kashi GoLean cereal and whey powder) created by her trainer Harley Pasternak

EXPERT TIP
Stir-frying with cooking spray allows Long to "sauté without adding tons of calorie-laden oil," says nutritionist Joy Bauer. But all those vitamins may be overkill: "If you're taking a multivitamin, it's best to avoid taking other vitamin blends unless you're under the supervision of a physician."

DAISY'S ESTIMATED DAILY INTAKE 1,500 calories

Daisy Fuentes, 42
The TV host eats more than 10 different fruits and veggies a day.

MORNING
Handful of grapes
Egg-white omelet with spinach, tomatoes, herbs and sprinkling of fiber powder and flaxseed
Mug of oolong tea
One multivitamin, ginkgo biloba and CoQ10

SNACK
½ grapefruit
Handful of almonds

LUNCH
Small garden salad
½ grilled turkey burger on whole wheat bread with lettuce, onion, tomato and mustard

SNACK
Handful of celery and carrots with homemade veggie-cheese dip

DINNER
Glass of red wine
Fist-size portion of herb-baked salmon, a side of green beans and a side of quinoa with kale

DESSERT
Three strawberries with dollop of cream
Mug of chamomile tea

EXPERT TIP
Fuentes "does an excellent job of managing her weight the good old-fashioned way: by eating several small meals a day and including plenty of fruits and vegetables," says Bauer. "The more produce, the more vitamins, minerals and antioxidants—which means better skin and hair and overall health."

KIM'S ESTIMATED DAILY INTAKE 2,000 calories

Kim Cattrall, 52
If she needs to slim down, Cattrall says, "I stop the bread and alcohol."

MORNING
Glass of papaya juice
One multivitamin, plus vitamin C
English muffin with a pat of butter, slice of aged cheddar cheese, fresh tomato slice and sprinkle of kosher salt

SNACK
Glass of unsweetened iced tea

LUNCH
Gazpacho with a wedge of French bread
6 oz. filet of braised cod
Small side salad with olive oil dressing
Glass of unsweetened iced tea
Crème caramel for dessert

SNACK
Can of diet soda

DINNER
Glass of Chardonnay
Salad with blue cheese dressing
Chicken breast with green beans

EXPERT TIP
"As we age, we lose muscle mass," says Bauer, "so I love that she incorporates lean protein with lunch and dinner. Protein helps build muscle, which keeps your metabolism humming."

* All calorie estimates provided by registered dietitian and American Dietetic Association spokeswoman Elisa Zied.