On her 2000 calories / day lifestyle:
Over the years during my career I heard so many comments … “she probably starves herself etc” I have always eaten anything I wanted. I maintain a diet of 2000 calories a day no matter if I workout that day or not. I make sure to workout 2-5 times a week depending on my schedule.
On how she never gets lazy:
I don’t get lazy even when tired after work or on a vacation ….I find time to be active. It’s called being ambitious and dedicated. It’s a choice. For those that don’t follow that please don’t judge those that choose to be fit.
On how there are no excuses for not being fit:
There is absolutely no excuse in not staying fit and healthy at any age! Motivation and drive is the key. If u love yourself you will find the determination within yourself to get off the sofa and make a change in your life and not judge others that do.
… says 38 year-old Joanna.
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36 year-old Jenna Dewan Tatum talked to People Magazine about maintaining a healthy lifestyle while following a plant-based diet. Here’s what she eats in a typical day:
Hydration: 2 liters of water
Breakfast: Kimberly Snyder’s Glowing Green smoothie with spinach, romaine lettuce, water, celery, apple, pear, banana, lemon juice, cilantro and parsley
Lunch: Quinoa tabouli, hummus, cucumber and tomato salad with lemon juice, olive oil, salt and pepper
Snack: Fruit smoothie with apple, banana, raspberries, blueberries and water
Dinner: Quinoa bowl with black beans, chopped tomatoes, roasted squash, zucchini, red peppers, avocado, corn, salsa, tortilla strips, lime, vegan chipotle sauce, salt and pepper
Total Calories: 1,431
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Victoria’s Secret model Bridget Malcolm has been in the spotlight recently for posting super skinny pictures on social media – as a result, Bridget was accused of being anorexic and looking emaciated. The model decided to defend her lifestyle yet again, claiming she eats constantly.
On her daily eating habits and being not being anorexic:
I eat pretty much constantly – it’s awesome – and focus on higher calorie foods. My favorites are nuts such as almonds, walnuts, avocados and fats and oils. I never bought into the whole rely on carbohydrates thing in the vegan world. The way I do this is I have a serving of around fifteen or more grams of protein a meal. This looks like servings of lentils, tempeh, tofu, protein shakes and nuts. I make sure I don’t skip meals, and am eating every three hours. I aim for four ounces of tofu or tempeh, a cup of lentils, and a handful of nuts as a serving. Try incorporating that into your daily meals.
On how people should not eat large portions:
It is a myth that we need huge amounts of it to stay healthy and thriving; a myth that is killing the general population slowly. Vegetables have more in them than you would think! I am yet to meet someone eating enough calories who is protein deficient.
“I am now [after Ryder’s birth] a human calorie app… [After Bingham] the weight went pretty easily. Good food looks after you. I’ve learnt about nutrition and how it works, and I eat incredibly well now…I don’t believe in diets, I think the whole concept should be banned. I think we just have to learn how to eat properly.”
… says Kate in the magazine.
Well, she did spend 6 hours / day working out to lose the baby weight – so dieting on top of that (already excessive) regimen would have been way too much.
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Whiteny Port has something quite sad to share:
â€œWorking in Hollywood, there’s just a constant pressure to look your best. For all of us who are on TV, it’s natural to be like, â€œI have to stare at myself all the time, I want to look the best I can. It’s hard to have that balance of wanting to look good but stay healthy. It’s push/pull.â€
â€œFor me, eating 1,000 calories a day is as bad as its ever gotten, which isn’t healthy.â€
… says Whitney in the Â Australian edition of OK magazine.
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