Friday, January 4

Victoria's Secret Diet 2013

So: Here is goes. My diet plan for 2013

Victoria's Secret’s Diet
Every time the great public is charmed by the Victoria’s Secret models marching on a long and glamorous runway to show us the great secret that nobody knows except Victoria. In fact, it seems that these girls give their best only to flash their ultra-toned body on the great event.

The girls also have their tricks to look fabulous as nutrition and workout is in fact the key to the Victoria’s Secret models’ diet.

Giselle Bundchen and co-angels, as Heidi Klum, Adriana Lima or Miranda Kerr swear by a complex exercise plan and a balanced nutrition system.
This helps them to be constantly in shape.

The main aim of the Victoria’s Secret models’ diet is to avoid processed food, instead they pamper their organism with lots of vegetables and fruits.
Organic food, in the form of delicious salads is very important to offer hydration to both skin and the whole body.
Proteins are also essential to keep their muscles healthy and fight the extra kilos.
The models try out different diets, asSouth Beach, Zone and Macrobiotic diet and some specially designed for them. Let’s see the diets of the veteran models.
Adriana Lima follows the Portion Control Diet. In this plan you can eat almost anything you like, but in a certain limit.
The veteran model decided to cut back on seeds and grains and have lots of fruits andvegetables.
Salads are perfect, sure without any dressing. Brazilian food is her favorite, this cuisine combines all the healthy elements to keep her figure in shape and beautiful.
She completes her diet with Capoeira aerobic, a rhythmical and fun exercise.

Heidi Klum - after pregnancy, the model adopted the New York Body Plan diet. It promises a radical makeover only in two weeks. Alcohol, bread, dairy products and sweets are totally forbidden. The max intake of calories must not cross the 1200 barrier.

The Victoria’s Secret model’s secret in fact is to have a meal every three hours. Metabolism is this way kept busy, Heidi’s organism is constantly working, as a result it effectively burns the extra fat. Eating after 8 P.M. is a great no-no for the Victoria’s Secret nymph.
When it comes of snacks, apples are her favorite, to fight the starvation crises. The protein content of the fruit will keep you stuffed until the next meal. Moreover, you’ll benefit from vitamins and minerals, that act as antioxidants.
Giselle Bundchen- her secret is in fact meat. She admitted her fondness for cheeseburgers. Giselle completes her funny Cheeseburger diet with yoga exercises. As a devoted friend of workouts, she keeps her body fit and fresh with walking and relaxation.
Moreover, she adds some cayenne pepper to her meals, a spice that boosts your metabolism. However, she is a lucky person, since she can eat almost anything and still doesn’t get fat.

Tahitian Noni juice immediately upon waking
Glass of hot/warm water with lemon juice, apple cidar vinegar & yellow box honey or agave
Fruit salad of: pineapple, figs, cherries, apricots, strawberries, raspberries, cranberries, blackberries, prunes, plums, apple, pear (when available)
Goats milk, organic yoghurt or Bornhoffen yoghurt if I don’t have access to goats
Or instead of yoghurt if I feel like a cooked breakfast:
2 organic/free range eggs, either poached, scrambled or boiled
Two pieces of Burgen Soy Linseed, Rye or spelt toast with avocado
Hot dandelion tea with almond, goat or oat milk or a cup of green tea
Morning tea:
Handful of Tamari roasted or plain almonds or
Dark chocolate coated almonds
2 x  Spelt biscuits with avocado and tuna
Piece of fish (salmon, silver perch, yellow perch, snapper, cod) with fresh green salad vegetables and spelt biscuits if I am still hungry or
A lentil dish
Hot dandelion or green tea and/or green tea or a coffee if I feel like one (coffee is okay for A Blood types – but again, all in moderation!)
Glass of filtered water with Dr Red, Ginger Punch Immune Booster formula (great to be used as an alternative to make-up cordial for kids as it tastes great and boosts the immune system) or lemon, apple cidar drink.
Afternoon tea:
Handful of Tamari roasted or plain almonds or seaweed extract (Maine Sea Vegetable extract)
OR:  2 x spelt crispbreads with tuna, avocado and feta cheese
Piece of fruit
Piece of fish (salmon, silver perch, yellow perch, snapper, cod) or chicken or red meat (rarely because of my blood type) cooked with ginger and garlic with fresh green vegetables (Broccoli, beans, snow peas, cooked slightly and artichokes)  or green salad vegetables.
Roasted and onion and garlic
Late night snack: (only if hungry)
Seaweed extract   OR (Maine Sea Vegetable extract)
A handful of pumpkin or sunflower seeds or almonds

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