Emily Ratajkowski is a familiar face in Hollywood right now, thanks to her remarkable appearance in Robin Thicke’s music video in 2013. Her career in the show business apparently started in the modeling industry until she was led in appearing in music videos. This proved to be good for her career as she caught the attention of those people who pull the strings. First, she appeared in an issue of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2014. Following this, she started a movie career, beginning with the well-received film Gone Girl where she played a supporting role. It was also released in 2014. Next, she starred as herself in the movie Entourage and played another starring role in We Are Your Friends. Both of these movies were released in 2015. These weren’t really her acting beginnings as she first acted on television when she appeared in two episodes of the TV series iCarly in 2009.
Apparently, Emily has a slender figure since she’s a model. Even though she’s slim, she also has a curvaceous body that people, especially men, consider her as a sex symbol. With this, her fans are curious as to what diet she follows. Interestingly, Emily is a full-pledged carnivore who likes to eat meat. She said she always craves iron so she’s the kind of person who’s not really into salad. Despite this, she still makes sure that her body gets a balanced diet by making sure the ingredients of her food are clean and natural. It helps that she likes to cook because she’s in control of the ingredients she mixes in with her foods.
When it comes to cravings and indulges, the beautiful and sexy model-actress has those, too. She said she is the kind of girl who craves Doritos, though she makes sure she only does sometimes. While she craves for something salty, she also craves for something sweet sometimes, like a great-tasting cupcake. She also has croissant in the morning for breakfast sometimes. When it comes to keeping herself satisfied with food, she said: “I think it is like really important to give yourself a break. And also just really think about where things are coming from what kind of ingredients are going into your body.”