Celebrities' body transformations for film roles are no longer the headline-makers they once were -- we've seen Oscar winners pack on and drop dozens of pounds time and again, and the movie-going public is not as easily impressed anymore.
But get a star talking about a costume that was a "psychological terrorist," and suddenly everyone's wondering what's going on underneath all that black spandex.
For Anne Hathaway's turn as Catwoman in the Batman finale "The Dark Knight Rises," the actress invested in Jackie Keller as her personal nutrition coach. No stranger to celebrities, the specialist has worked with clients like Angelina Jolie, Channing Tatum, Reese Witherspoon and Uma Thurman.
"[Hathaway] didn't come to us out of shape or having any particular issues, but she wanted to tone up," Keller tells The Huffington Post Canada. "Primarily, our objective was to get her the right food so she could train and act in the physically demanding way she needed to."
So what exactly is the right food when you're doing stunt training and an hour-and-a-half of dance five days a week, according to Hathaway's interview with Harper's Bazaar? Keller chose an anti-inflammatory diet for the star, a program which emphasizes cooling foods to help reduce bloating, headaches and other physical ailments that come from the literal swelling of the body from the inside.