Diet Of A Super Model

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When you are in front of the camera as a swimsuit model you need a lot of energy, and staying in shape gives me that energy. In an industry of scrawny, anemic-looking waifs, I like to have long lean limbs with long muscles, and curves. Old-fashioned hard work keeps me in swimsuit modeling shape. Besides being blessed with good genes, I work hard for my body.

My flexibility is the legacy of 14 years of dance, and has helped me with many exercise classes such as: yoga, Pilates, and kickboxing. Everyday begins with an hour of cardio such as running, stair climber, or elliptical; followed by 45 minutes of strength training and sit-ups. I use thera-bands, lightweights, basically a whole combination of everything. I work out everyday except Saturday, and on that day you can usually find me running around the lakes in Minneapolis, or running on the beach in Miami.

I would love to say that I can eat whatever I want, but I am conscientious about what I eat. I believe that everything should be in balance. I don’t think you should be strict on yourself. I can eat anything in moderation as long as I don’t tell myself I can’t have it. It is a psychological thing. I am very interested in health and nutrition. I have a commonsense approach to eating. I eat organic as much as possible because there are more nutrients in organic foods. I always try to have raw organic almonds in my bag at photo shoots for quick energy. I am studying nutrition in college, and want to help young children with diet and exercise someday.

I can feel first-hand the benefits of taking care of myself. I feel such a huge difference after working out. It might not work for everyone, but it works for me.

Below I posted what a typical day of my diet looks like:


3 egg whites with tomato, onion, mushrooms, spinach, and low-fat cheese

½ cup blueberries and ½ cup raspberries

1 whole-wheat piece of toast with natural organic almond butter

2 cups of green tea

1 large glass of water

After work-out snack:

10 almonds

Small glass of skim milk

2 large glasses of water


Spinach Salad with grilled chicken, peppers, tomato, edamame, and chickpeas drizzled with olive oil and balsamic vinegar

1 apple

1 glass of green tea

1 large glass of water


Whole-wheat pita and hummus

4 olives

1 large glass of water


6oz piece of grilled salmon

Brown rice


Edamame, red pepper, and onion sautéed in olive oil

Spinach drizzled with balsamic vinegar and olive oil

2 Large glasses of water


1 cup of green tea

1 small piece of dark chocolate

If you have any questions post them in the comment section and I will try to get back to you as soon as possible.

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