Olivia Munn Lost Weight by Eating 80% Fruits and Veggies and 20% Normal Food

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☀️ June 2016

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On losing weight by eating mostly fruits and veggies and only 20% normal food:

“When I started on X-Men, I had been training and doing regular personal training and trying to eat in a healthy way. Losing weight was not the goal, but rather a byproduct of her desire to become healthier all around. “My intention was to just get as fit and as healthy as I could be, for myself…I started working out every single day, and then I also started getting into eating 20-80, where 80 percent of your diet is fruits and vegetables and 20 percent is whatever. So, that can be any kind of meats or breads or anything else, but mostly fruits and vegetables.”

… says Olivia.

What do you guys think? Healthy or not?


16 thoughts on “Olivia Munn Lost Weight by Eating 80% Fruits and Veggies and 20% Normal Food”

  1. Imo she looked so much better before. She was so cute and interesting looking… I’ve always loved freckles especially on brunettes.

    • Yes! Thank you that what what it was! I couldnt put my finger on it how her face changed so drastically! She looks like Megan Fox now not in a good way.

      • Yeah, it’s kind of sad, I have a wide jawline too so I feel like we lost one of us, haha. I like seeing people with my features in the media, I think we all like to feel represented in some way.

        I don’t get why she got rid of it, she looked beautiful. She still does, though, but she’s getting more generic.

        • Same here I have that wide jawline too! I used to think..” ok she’s considered hot, we have similar faces I guess I can be hot too” you know? hahaha. But lets not worry about our jawlines(that its not considered a “standard” of beauty in the media which at time scan be a little disheartening) too much bc she was way way more beautiful before all this. Although I wonder if she really had that jawline surgery..Its super dangerous no?..I hear you must sign a will or something before…yikes.

          • Maybe she had bucal fat removal or botox to diminish the appearance of those muscles. But I think it is way to different to be only attributed to that.

  2. Such a shame, she was a beauty and seemed ‘normal’ but now…she looks just like any other beverly hills housewife, i.d. 45 y.o. with plastic surgery, not a good look when you’re young. And she doesn’t look healthy at all (also can we just stop with this ‘I lost weight for a role’ b.s.?? the movie is in cinemas now so they’d have stopped filming it months ago…plenty of time to return to her normal weight)

  3. “Normal food” I get that the magagzine used that phrasing not her but why are vegetables and fruit not considered normal food? I swear, not only are most people fat but they have no taste buds. Vegetables are mostly what gives food its flavor. I guess most people would rather eat tasteless balls of grease and salt and dead animals. I want to say to fat people, if you’re gonna be fat why don’t you at least eat good food? People always complain about airplane food, but then that’s the food they eat when they are at home. Onions, mushrooms, garlic, tomatoes are often the base of the flavor for a dish. I think people eat so much processed food everything just starts to taste the same. Really off topic but whatever lol.

    • thank you!! i was going to say the same–fruits and veggies ARE normal food!! maybe in our twisted overweight, greedy society normal means fast food and greasy steaks?! this is so backwards.

      • I’ve noticed that, fruits and veggies are considered weird and health food, and only food health nuts eat. Meanwhile eating proceeded food, made in a giant factory, mass produced, loaded with salt, preservatives, artificial flavor enhancers etc is seen as normal. Nice fresh produce is seen as less tasty than flavorless crap. Eating some mass produced crud in your car and guzzling a can of Diet Coke is normal. Count my azz out!

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