Some of us follow a very strict diet and take advice from whomever possible. You may not always be able to access the top notch nutritionist and trainers, but you have these Hollywood celebrities, who are trained under them and are ready to share their diet secrets.
So go ahead, bookmark and pin these inspirational celebrity diet tips.
1. Drew Barrymore- Measured Portion
The food portion is important; she says “I just think you should eat less of everything. A little bit less. I don’t want to live a life where you can’t have what you want; it just makes you want it more.” So, next time when you serve yourself, serve small portions.
2. Miranda Kerr – 80/20 Rule
She follows the 80/20 rule, which basically means the majority of your food should be healthy and indulgence can be less. She says, “I’m pretty much 80% healthy, 20% indulgent, because I don’t believe in depriving yourself.”
3. Gwyneth Paltrow: There’s No Shortcut
Hard work always pays off and there is no shortcut for fitness. Gwyneth says, “It’s not an accident. It’s not luck, it’s not fairy dust, it’s not good genes. It’s killing myself for an hour-and-a-half five days a week, but what I get out of it is relative to what I put into it. The reason that I can be 38 and have two kids and wear a bikini is because I work my f&#*ing ass off.”
4. Kaley Cuoco: Meal Intervals
The Big Bang Theory actress follows this ritual to fill her stomach. She says,”I try to eat half. If you take a break for 10 minutes and drink some water, you’re full. And if you’re still hungry, fine, keep eating. But you’re not going to be.”
5. Jessica Alba: Drink Tons of Water
Trick yourself into drinking more water. Water will keep you stomach full which will lead to less indulgence. And if you are bored with regular water, she suggests, “Water can get a bit boring. What’s the alternative to just water? [Coconut water] tastes like a treat.”
6. Taylor Swift: Take breaks
Your body needs change in a routine, because your body gets used to a routine and the effects fade. Taylor says, “When I have a week of working really hard, I get to have a day or two off—whether it’s from exercise or watching what I eat.”