The strict diet that Michelle Pfeiffer follows at 61
The American actress leads a very “healthy” lifestyle
Mother of two children, Hollywood star and a true “healthy” woman. The protagonist of “Maleficent: mistress of evil”, along with Angelina Jolie y Elle Fanning, has changed his eating routine in recent years and this is the reason why at 61 years Michelle Pfeiffer it is more than radiant. Focused on her personal life, and away from the spotlights and cameras to which she was exposed, especially in the 80s and 90s, the winner of a BAFTA award He has shared what is the secret of his well-being, which has a lot to do with his lifestyle and his diet.
It’s about the strict Paleo diet the one that has helped the actress stay young and healthy. This diet, planned in the 70s by Walter L. Voegtlinpara, consists of consuming only lean meat, fish, eggs, vegetables, fruits, nuts, and berries. Thus, those who follow her, such as the actress, the singer Miley Cyrus or the model Adriana Lima, do not include dairy, cereals, salt, sugar, legumes and processed foods, among others, in their diet. The objective of this diet is to return to a mode of eating more similar to that of the first humans. This diet advocates eating the nutrients that were available in the Paleolithic period.
In an interview with an international medium, Pfeiffer explained the reason for his change in diet. It was after suffering a heart attack, and it also changed his lifestyle. The Paleo diet and veganism came hand in hand: “I love the vegan diet because I love carbs. Eating this type of diet is much healthier, and you avoid many toxins that could age your skin and your body. I noticed a difference in my skin not long after going vegan. The older I get, the more I think that this regime was created to live longer, “he said in the interview for” The Times. “
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However, this diet is carried out accompanied by a series of exercises: he practices yoga, Pilates and loves to walk and go for a run. In addition, he has confessed on occasion getting up at dawn, around 3 or 4 am, to take advantage of the sun and be able to go to sleep early when night falls, optimizing sleep hours to the maximum.