Emily Ratajkowski’s Daily Menu

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On what she eats for breakfast:

Every day I go to Blacktop Coffee and get this pastry called kouign-amann with my black coffee. I wouldn’t say I am the type of girl who craves Doritos, but I definitely love a good cupcake sometimes. Or a croissant in the morning.

On her lunch menu:

Lunch is usually a salad or a sandwich. If I’m on set, I’ll have catering, but I’m well-behaved with that stuff. It’s easy to go crazy — they know how to feed you.

On her favorite food:

You know, I’m a carnivore. I really like to eat meat. I crave iron so I am definitely not the kind of person who you will often find eating a plain salad. I like to keep it really balanced to give my body energy and also be healthy.

On always eating out:

I never eat at home. Dinner is my time to be social and catch up with people. I love this Italian restaurant downtown called Bestia. It’s kind of fun, they have good cocktails and wine. If I’m trying to be a little healthier, there’s Café Gratitude downtown. There’s amazing sushi at this tiny place called Mako in Little Tokyo. And I also love uni. Anything with uni in it is great for me.

… says Emily.

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Gwyneth Paltrow: “I just tried a goat milk cleanse for eight days”

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On her 8-day, goat-milk-only cleanse:

I just tried a goat milk cleanse for eight days to rid my system of parasites. That was really interesting. It’s only goat’s milk and herbs. The theory is that we all have parasites, and they love the milk protein. So if you eat nothing else, they all come out of the intestinal wall and then you kill them with the herbs.

On her diet when she’s not doing goat milk cleanses:

For me, it’s a combination of what I’m eating and what I’m taking. I have a pretty healthy diet, so when I’m eating processed foods and not watching my alcohol intake, I feel it. But at the same time, you want deliciousness, you want a fun life—pleasure! You’re going to have a baguette-and-cheese-and-red-wine frenzy sometimes—but you want it to be a choice you’re awake to: “I know this might not make me feel great, but today I’m choosing it anyway.”

… says Gwyneth in Women’s Health.

 

Kesha ‘Dared’ to Break Her Juice Fast with Diet Coke and Turkey

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All the details from Page Six:

A year after a Manhattan judge ruled that Kesha couldn’t walk away from her exclusive recording contract with Sony and Dr. Luke despite claims that he’d raped her and called her a “fat f–king refrigerator,” she’s asking the jurist to reconsider.

Kesha wants to “be free from her abuser and rebuild her physical, emotional, and mental health,” her attorney writes in court papers filed this week.

Dr. Luke has denied the claims.

But newly released emails between Dr. Luke and Kesha’s manager Monica Cornia give credence to the performer’s claims that the producer was heartless about her eating disorder.

“Nobody was calling anybody out,” Dr. Luke writes to Cornia at 2:11 a.m. on June 28, 2012, according to a copy of the email.

We were having a discussion on how she can be more disciplined with her diet. there have been many times we have all witnessed her breaking her diet plan. this perticular [sic] time — it happened to be diet coke and turkey while on an all juice fast,” the producer gripes.

Cornia asks him to be more supportive because she’s “a human and not a machine,” then adds, “if she were a machine that would be way cool and we could do whatever we want.”

Dr. Luke also reveals in an earlier message that “A list songwriters and producers are reluctant to give Kesha their songs because of her weight.”

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Christie Brinkley’s ‘Indulgence’: “A daily piece of organic dark chocolate”

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Christie Brinkley looks amazing at age 63 – and she recently showed off her killer bod in Sports Illustrated! But in order to keep trim, Christie is definitely not just relying on good genes. Here’s what she eats – from Daily Mail:

Largely vegan since reading about dubious slaughterhouse practices aged 12, size 8 Christie has been following a low-sugar, no-dairy, clean-eating diet. It’s a regime that would make even the most disciplined of women wince.

Breakfast is a sheep’s milk yoghurt with organic berries, chia seeds and raw oatmeal. Plus, she eats an apple 20 minutes before meals to leave her feeling fuller and therefore less likely to overindulge.

Lunch is a salad and her afternoon snack a kale, lime, orange and avocado juice made by the private chef Christie describes as ‘her great luxury in life’.

If she’s still feeling peckish, she indulges in a homemade pumpkin-seed mix sprinkled with Himalayan salt, before eating brown rice with roasted red and yellow peppers and dried fennel for dinner. To ensure she and her family get an abundance of health-boosting vitamins, Brinkley attempts to include as many colours of foods as possible in her diet.

As wacky as her approach might sound, many experts believe those brightest in colour — such as tomatoes and red peppers — are highest in cancer-preventing antioxidants.

‘For many, many, many years I’ve always said I go for as many colours as possible,’ says Christie, who is currently single. ‘That’s my main concept for making sure my kids get all the nutrients — making sure they get the deep greens, yellows and reds and purples.’

Aware that too much sugar can disrupt collagen levels in the skin, potentially causing wrinkles, she crushes blueberries in a blender to ‘taste like you’re indulging in ice cream’.

Well, that 27in waist won’t whittle away on its own, eh?

Fortunately, Christie isn’t completely saintly on the culinary front. Indulgences include a glass of red wine with dinner and a daily piece of organic dark chocolate.

Plus, she claims with uncharacteristic abandon: ‘Life is too short to not have oysters and champagne sometimes.’

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Michelle Monaghan: “Eggs or oatmeal for breakfast, soup or salad for lunch, and fish with veggies for dinner”

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On why she loves her body:

“I love my shape because I know what it’s capable of—running 13 miles, having two children, and learning to surf. I love my body so much; it’s profoundly amazing. I have enormous gratitude for it.”

On the food she doesn’t like and her daily meal plan:

“I have never liked fruit. To make up for it, I have a green juice every morning, which is totally devoid of fruit but has tons of vitamins from vegetables. A typical day of eating for me is eggs or oatmeal for breakfast, soup or salad for lunch, and fish or meat and lots of veggies for dinner.”

On her biggest craving:

“I don’t have a sweet tooth; I have a savory tooth. There are six or seven cheese in my fridge at all times. My idea of snacking is putting cheeses on a platter with prosciutto and crackers and sitting in front of it and stuffing my face.”

On how she sets an example of positive body image for her daughter:

“When I’m not shooting, I aim to work out at least three times a week … On shoot days, I start at about five in the morning and don’t get home until seven at night, so it’s hard to find time for exercise. I throw myself a bone and don’t get too worried about it. I know that when I have time again, I can kick it up a notch. I also need to be an example for my daughter. That means I can’t run around worried about what I look like. We’re active together as a family—the kids go hiking and biking with us. But I don’t obsess about what I eat.”

On why she needs exercise in her life:

“I get crabby when I don’t work out. Just ask my husband! [Laughs.] I really depend on exercising to relieve stress. Last week, I was overwhelmed and I thought, I need to go for a run or a hike to clear my head. I had a to-do list that was a mile long, and I didn’t know what to tackle first. When I run, it helps put everything into place. Years ago, when I started working out, it was about getting my body in shape. But now the mental benefits outweigh the physical ones. That’s why I love going for a hike in the morning. There’s something about climbing a mountain that’s symbolic—you set your intention and what you want to focus on. I think about what I have to do today or what I have to accomplish this week. It allows me that space where there’s no one else around.”

On running:

“I run a half marathon every year with Maria, my best friend from my hometown in Iowa. I’ve known her since I was a kid. We usually do races in different cities, so we’ll make a weekend out of it. It’s great because there are days when I have to do an eight-mile run, and I’ll get a text from Maria saying, ‘I did eight miles! Did you do yours?’ Training with her helps motivate and encourage me.”

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