LIME recently completed a survey regarding celebrities and a wide range of health issues. Some of the results were expected. For example ...
Britney Spears is considered most in need of a more balanced lifestyle. The newly shaven celeb topped the unhealthy list with a whopping 81 percent saying of respondents saying she needs to "live the change."
In the eyes of Americans, Lindsay Lohan (14%) has somehow made great progress in living healthier, while a few others believe that Eminem (4%) and Mischa Barton (1%) need to start making some changes.
Meanwhile, Oprah Winfrey is the "Queen of Healthy Living," as she tops the list (at 47%) on the question of which celebritiess have most helped Americans re-evaluate their own views on the importance of living a healthier and more balanced lifestyle. Lance Armstrong comes in at a healthy second with 37%, while Ozzy Osbourne (8%) and Tyra Banks (8%) are tied at the bottom of the list.
Oprah's pal Bono is number-one when it comes to raising awareness for a cause (AIDS). He brought in nearly half the votes (48%) on who has made the greatest positive impact on raising social-consciousness about their charity. Angelina Jolie came was second (25%) with her work with the UNHCR, overshadowing the efforts almost two-fold of Ben & Jerry (16%) for Saving the Planet, and Harry Connick, Jr (11%) for Hurricane Katrina relief.
In more random results; 44% of respondants chose Cameron Diaz as the ideal yoga partner, more than double the folks who would want to partner with Jada Pinkett Smith (22%), L.L. Cool J (18%), and Mark Wahlberg (17%).
Finally, Americans want to spend a day doing green things such as recycling most with Salma Hayek (37%) and Brad Pitt (30%), while Sting (19%) and Daryl Hannah (13%) would have less fans sifting through the dumpsters with them on recycling-with-the-rich-and-famous day.