Hollywood star Alison Lohman had her career beginnings in the late ’90s. Her first recurring role was on the TV series Safe Harbor. During this period, she mostly had roles in low-budget films. In the early 2000s, she had notable roles on the TV shows Tucker and Pasadena. She then had her breakthrough role as Astrid Magnussen in White Oleander based on the novel of the same name. Since then she had starred in the films Big Fish, Matchstick Men, Delirious, Flicka, Beowulf, and Things We Lost in the Fire. In 2009, she starred in the horror film Drag Me to Hell. In the 2010s, she had roles in the movies The Vatican Tapes, Urge, and Officer Downe.
The 38-year-old actress maintains her slender and fit body by practicing a healthy lifestyle. She does this by eating a clean and a well-rounded diet. She basically avoids consumption of junk and processed foods. She knows that these are fattening and sickening. Plus, she knows for a fact that loading her body with such foods that have empty calories make her only weaker. So, she opts to have nutritious meals most of the time. Of course, she has cravings, but she prioritizes eating healthy foods.
She understands the importance of balance. Hence, while she practices a clean diet, she makes sure she gives in to her indulgences every now and then to keep herself happy. Mostly, she focuses on eating lean proteins, whole grains, fiber-rich foods, and fruits and veggies for their antioxidants. In the morning, she starts her day right by having an egg and some toast. For lunch, it’s mostly chicken or fish and some salads. For dinner, she also has something light but nutritious, like a sandwich or chicken salad. For snacks, she prefers eating nuts and fruits. She also allows herself to have some dessert every now and then.