5 Celeb Healthy Habits To Steal
Celebrity healthy habits, aren't they the same as ours? Not always, to be sure.
It might be tough to relate to the day-to-day lives of the celebrities we know and love, with home gyms, live-in chefs, pre-prepared meals, and expensive skincare regimes.
It isn't all pomp and circumstance, though. In reality, many well-known figures try to get in shape in the same way that you and I do.
Selena Gomez' fitness strategy, according to her long-term trainer Amy Rosoff Davis, is to do hard interval and circuit training routines and exercises to build a strong core and resolve her kidney issues.
In an interview with Byrdie, she says, 'My whole thing is toning mixed with cardio and stretching.' But don't think the dynamic duo's activities end there; she also enjoys 'Pilates, hiking, dance cardio, circuit training, yoga, and spinning—the list goes on.' Team, bravo. Bravo.
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She starts her days with a mug of lemon and hot water, followed by oats with banana and agave syrup for breakfast and pasta salads for lunch. She also enjoys drinking green juices in the afternoon to maintain her energy levels, and indulging herself to a glass of red wine at 6 p.m. if she feels like it. Megs, that's a daily diet we can get behind.
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The singer divides her food goals into protein, veggies, lipids, carbohydrates, and water, according to her trainer and life coach Dodd Romero. 'She consumes at least seven glasses of water every day,' Romero told US Weekly.
Catwoman with Halle Berry
Halle Berry described herself as "sugared-up all the time" before being diagnosed with diabetes at the age of 22. Her go-to breakfasts and snacks were cereals like Lucky Charms or Cocoa Puffs, as well as candy bars.
'However, after my diagnosis, it was like a switch flicked,' she told WH. 'Because my health was at stake, I went cold turkey on my sugary habits.' Candy, sweets, and even super-sweet fruit were thrown out the window. It was difficult at first. I'd spent my entire life relying on sugar, and when I stopped, I got severe migraines and mood swings.'
Berry's diet now consists largely of good fats and low-carb alternatives to help her control her diabetes and stay as healthy as possible.
Kayla Itsines Diet For Healthy Gut Healthy You
Itsines has always championed eating as many complete foods as possible and focusing on fundamental proteins, dairy, fruit, and vegetables in her diet.
'You don't need to spend a fortune on expensive superfoods or extravagant ingredients,' she says. She's been eating a berry-filled smoothie bowl or plate of avocados and eggs for morning long before it became trendy. Simply get simple ingredients and put them together to create a delectable meal.' What's her go-to guilty pleasure? Tiramisu.
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