There are hundreds of diets and gurus around giving advice. Which is best? Which is worst? Which is for me? It’s hard to tell without giving them a try, but some of these methods are expensive. Celebrity trainers are some of those that are also everywhere, and sometimes even though they may seem overrated, they offer the best advice. Below are some of the best diet tips from Hollywood’s hottest trainers.

Autumn Calabrese: Meal prep!

Known for her “21 Day Fix” program, it isn’t a secret that Autumn Calabrese is all for meal planning. According to Autumn, planning is as easy as printing a recipe and adding it immediately to your grocery list. This helps you in not rushing to decide dinner for the week – and rushed options almost always lead to a unhealthy meal choice.

Sagi Kalev: Figure Your Foods Out

The creator of Body Beast believes that the best way to make healthy choices is to find out – and stick with – the foods that work best for your body. “When you meet your body’s fuel requirements, your hunger disappears”, he says. Some people can eat carbs on a regular basis without any issue, and some cannot. Some people can eat a lot of fats and lose weight, while others will pack it on.

Tracy Anderson: Be Honest!

Tracy Anderson, fitness guru of Gwyneth Paltrow, believes that you must know what you want for yourself – and be honest about it – before you can be successful. Tracy says “Have a real conversation about where you’re at with your health. You need to find exercises with some sort of strategy behind them, a strategy for how you want your body to look and perform. Even if the CrossFit class down the street works with your schedule, for example, you shouldn’t be taking that class if you don’t want a CrossFit body”.

Jillian Michaels: Get Motivated!

The best routine in the world doesn’t cut it if you are not motivated to get going. According to Jillian, ” If you’re not into daily affirmations, consider posting a picture of when you looked your BEST on your fridge to stop you from late-night snacking. Short-term goals are great, but you definitely need to think long term as well, think big picture — your daughter’s wedding or a high school reunion, don’t you want to look your best for those events whenever they actually happen?”

Shaun T.: Trick Your Taste Buds!

According to Shaun T spaghetti squash is a great alternative to pasta, leaving the carbs out and keeping you satisfied. From marinara to oil, and even alfredo, spaghetti squash can be used as a carb substitute.