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Jennifer Aniston’s Diet and Work Out Routine

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Jennifer Aniston has one of the most amazing natural toned bodies in Hollywood and healthy skin tone that many comment on after meeting her.

So how has she managed to keep the aging process at bay and look so great?

“I work out almost every day, at least five or six days a week. I do 40 minutes of cardio: spinning, running, the elliptical, or a combination of all three. Then I do Pilates one day a week, and I do yoga in addition to that, three days a week. I try to mix it up,” she told the US edition of InStyle magazine.

“I take 8lb [3.6kg] weights with me whenever I’m staying in a hotel. It’s always good to do arm exercises when you’re watching television or talking on the phone. I also love to stretch before I go to bed, and usually throw in a couple of sit-ups.”

“When I wake up, I have warm lemon water and then I have a shake or avocado and eggs, which is one of my favorites,” Aniston says. “I sprinkle a little coconut oil on that. Sometimes, I’ll have a puffed millet cereal with a banana or I’ll do oatmeal with an egg white whipped in at the end.”

“Justin [Theroux], my husband, taught me that little move to get extra protein! Right before [the oatmeal] is finished cooking, you just whip in an egg white and it kind of gives it this fluffy texture that’s delicious.”

  • Starvation doesn’t do the job, therefore balance would be the key element to help healthy living. Should you have a huge supper, then balance this by having a light dinner to make up for it. Balance heavy in addition to light foods during the day, and your weight is going to decrease.
  • Make vegetables the star of the meals – consuming one particular meal each day filled with leafy green vegetables will be the ideal solution to continue to keep trim. Make 75% of the dish vegetables, particularly green types along with the remainder can be a little protein or possibly a healthy grain.
  • A wide range is definitely the key element! Therefore experimentation with your vegetables as well as fresh fruit, look at different types as well as combinations.

“Pasta has taken over as my new favorite go-to-town food,” Aniston says, again crediting her husband, for the about-face. “Yes, he has brought the pasta back into my life,” she says. “I don’t know whether I should thank him or hate him for that.”

“I do thank him,” she decides, because he makes pasta carbonara and it is “irresistible.”

“I’ve learned how to make it,” she continues, “and it’s not that bad for you! It’s just an egg, parmesan cheese, and a little pasta water. And we substitute turkey bacon for real bacon, so, you know.”

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