Nicole Kidman insists on being served only 50% of her food when she’s out to dinner.
“No matter what she orders, she asks the waiter to bring only her half of it,” tattles a tipster. “It could be a cup of soup – she’ll still ask to have it cut down. She thinks restaurant portions are way too big, so this helps her avoid overeating.”
But don’t expect Nicole to ask for a doggie bag for the rest!
“People have asked why she doesn’t just get the whole meal and leave half of it, but she insists that would be wasteful.”
I try to eat healthy when I’m at home in my everyday routine and have a good balance of fresh, organic vegetables and fruits, healthy fats and protein. I’ve found the way I eat affects everything from my skin to my mood to my energy levels.
First thing every morning, I take collagen supplements mixed with a glass of water. I also try to drink a lot of water throughout the day—especially during my workout.
Then, I have my morning smoothie with added supplements like bone broth protein powder, MCT oil and E3Live algae. For lunch, I focus on eating organic greens and usually have a salad. Lately, I’ve been having my signature salad with avocado, hard boiled eggs, cucumber and tomatoes.
In the afternoon, I usually have hot green tea and a little snack. I recently discovered these BBQ chips made with chickpeas that I really like. For dinner, I usually have grilled salmon or chicken, mashed cauliflower with garlic, roasted carrots and broccoli, along with white rice. I have been doing white rice at night because it’s easier to digest in the evening (my nutritionist said it’s best to have brown rice at lunch, then white rice for dinner).
‘Today is day 4 of the cleanse and I am 5 lbs. down. I didn’t see any weight difference until today so that’s motivation I needed. I am only 5’3 so this makes a big difference. For the next 3 days it’s all liquids. Pray for me please.’
… says 37 year-old Kim.
Pictured here: at a Shell gas station in Los Angeles on Saturday.
Well, I love routine. I feel very out of sorts without routine, and the devil is sort of my playground when I don’t have it. Every day is just a preparation for the show. Sleep is really important to me. I’m a big sleeper. I get eight to nine hours every night. Nine to 10 hours, actually. I eat about four meals—or four and a half meals—a day. I’m constantly eating. Luckily, I have this really amazing chef who does a no-sugar and no-dairy diet for me, and I stick to that pretty well. Maybe once a week I’m cheating. When I wake up, I go straight into yoga for an hour, and I usually do 30 minutes on the elliptical to get the blood flowing. I’ll try to put in a meditation around 4:30 or 5:00 P.M. Transcendental meditation has been a game changer for me. We’re all so “connected” to our devices, which, I think, is disconnecting us from reality.