5 Diet Tips From The Woman Who Tells Victoria's Secret Models What To Eat • MetDaan

5 Diet Tips From The Woman Who Tells Victoria’s Secret Models What To Eat

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If you think that Victoria’s Secret models look like that because they are blessed with good genes, you are wrong. These Angels spend a fortune and a lot of time with the world’s best fitness trainers. Also, they eat the healthiest foods.

But they have to live like that because modeling is a job where a god figure is really important. Therefore Victoria’s Secret models train at ModelFit, a New York City super exclusive boutique fitness studio where 10 classes cost $360. Vanessa Packer, a holistic nutritionist, heads up ModelFit’s wellness and nutrition program. Recently she shared five totally do-able diet tips with Business Insider. So if you can’t pay for the workout, you can at least eat like an Angel.

1. Eat oatmeal for breakfast.


This classic breakfast food contains whole grains to fill up, and carbs to fuel exercise and other activities.

2. Drink green juice after morning workouts.

green juice

Packer recommends throwing back a daily juice full of greens. Iit’s the easiest way to eat a salad while rehydrating after exercising. She doesn’t recommend replacing food with drinks. Therefore the juice is considered as a snack.

3. Avoid sugar.

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According to Packer there’s no room for the sweet stuff in a *clean* diet.

4. Cook your own food instead of relying on fast food.

woman cooking

Eating fast food and eating out in restaurants, in general, normalizes eating quickly. This detracts from an appreciation for food. With simple words, it increases your risk of consuming unsavory ingredients which can detract from a model’s angelic glow.

5. Don’t randomly eliminate “bad” foods.


There’s no reason to cut out an entire food group like carbs, according to Packer. “I believe in balance. I believe in listening to your body and what your body wants. Being less restrictive, being understanding what your needs are and what you want, and what you’re craving, and not just, you know, eating for the sake of eating.” She told Business Insider.


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