Jorge Cruise

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Jorge Cruise
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Born (1971-03-06) March 6, 1971 (age 48)
Alma materUniversity of California, San Diego
OccupationFitness trainer, author

Jorge Cruise (born March 6, 1971 in Mexico City) is a Mexican author, fitness trainer and proponent of intermittent fasting and low-carbohydrate dieting. He is the author of The Cruise Control Diet (2019) as well as books on The New York Times bestseller list: The 100 (2013), The Belly Fat Cure (2010), Body at Home (2009), The 12-Second Sequence (2009), The 3-Hour Diet (2006), and 8 Minutes in the Morning (2002).

Career[edit]

Cruise began his career working for Tony Robbins and was inspired by Robbins to launch his career as a trainer. Several years later, he got his big break when Oprah Winfrey both hired him as her personal trainer and featured him on her televised show and in her magazine.[1][2] Cruise has created a number of different diet plans over the last decade, his philosophy evolving over the years from heavy emphasis on increasing metabolism through building lean muscle (8 Minutes in the Morning, The 12-Second Sequence) to advocating smaller-yet-more-frequent meals (The 3-Hour Diet, Body at Home) to recommending low-carb/low-sugar meal plans (The Belly Fat Cure). His most recent work, The Cruise Control Diet, advocates a “better than keto” intermittent fasting technique in conjunction with a keto diet.[3]

Cruise's The 3-Hour Diet has been labelled a fad diet.[4] It was criticized by Rebecca Foster of the British Nutrition Foundation who noted that eating meals every three hours would increase over-eating and cause negative effects on dental health.[4] Cruise has authored The 100 diet in 2013, which restricts the consumption of sugar calories to 100 per day for quick weight loss. It has also been criticized as a fad diet.[5] Dietician Laura Jeffers commented that "this is basically a super low-carb diet. You may very well lose that weight, but it will be difficult to keep the weight off long-term. If a diet is filled with unsustainable restrictions, weight that comes off fast will be fast coming back on."[6]

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2005 The View (talk show) Himself Episode dated 3 November 2005
2005-06 The Tony Danza Show (2004 talk show) Himself 3 episodes
2006 Good Morning America with Al Roker Himself 1 episode
2008 Today (U.S. TV program) Himself 1 episode
2011 Rachael Ray (talk show) Himself Episode: "Weight Loss Wonders"
2012 Live! with Regis and Kelly (season 24) Himself Episode dated 9 January 2012
2013 Anderson Cooper 360° Himself 1 episode
2014 Bethenny (talk show) Himself Episode: "Diet Debate with Jorge Cruise"
2015 Extra (TV program) Himself 2 episodes
2016 Celebrity Page (TV Series) Himself Episode dated 28 January 2016
2016 Home and Family Himself Episode featuring: Diana Maria Riva/Hugh Scott/Jorge Cruise
2016 Access Hollywood Himself Episode dated 4 April 2016
2016 The Meredith Vieira Show Himself Episode: "Eat Sweets, Lose Weight!"
2013-2016 The Steve Harvey Show Himself 6 episodes
2015-2017 The Doctors (talk show) Himself Numerous episodes
2013-17 The Dr. Oz Show (TV Series) Himself Numerous episodes
2017 Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian Trainer Episode: "The Former Addict & the Future Bride”
2018 Entertainment Tonight Himself Episode: “Intermittent Fasting: Why Experts Say It's the Hottest Thing in Hollywood”
2019 Rachael Ray Himself Episode: “Celeb Trainer Jorge Cruise Explains How "Cruise Control" Diet Is Different Than Intermittent Fasting”
2019 KTLA 5 Himself Episode: “Jorge Cruise on How to Put Your Weight on Cruise Control in New Book "The Cruise Control Diet"
2019 Strahan and Sara Himself Episode: “Fitness Expert Jorge Cruise On Intermittent Fasting And Guilty Pleasures”

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