Gwyneth Paltrow Diet Plan

Gwyneth Paltrow

43-year-old Gwyneth Paltrow has long since been a household name and it’s not because she’s the daughter of actress Blythe Danner and late producer Bruce Paltrow. Whatever recognition she has right now, she earned it. She started acting in the early 1990s and first earned notice for playing Brad Pitt’s wife in Seven (1995). More notable roles came after like Emma and A Perfect Murder but it was her performance in Shakespeare in Love (1998) that cemented her status as an A-list star.

Her role in the film not only gained her significant attention, it also won her her first Academy Award for Best Actress. Subsequent movies include The Talented Mr. Ripley, The Royal Tenenbaums, and Sylvia. She’s also best known for playing Pepper Potts the Iron Man films and The Avengers. Her most recent work on the big screen was in 2015’s Mortdecai. Gwyneth also made notable guest appearances in Glee as Holly Holliday where she showcased her singing skills.

Furthermore, people are amazed at how great she still looks despite being in her 40s. Being a mother of two from her marriage to Coldplay’s Chris Martin, the actress still manages to rock a slim physique accompanied by her lean figure. It’s because aside from working out, Gwyneth has a special kind of diet that can be attributed to how she looks. In the morning, she opts to have green tea and consumes protein shakes consisting of almond milk, blueberries, and supplements for breakfast.

After working out, she munches on kale. Her lunch then consists of foods with low carbs and calories. The actress follows the usual three-meal-per-day routine for eating and believes what you eat in between matters a lot. Thus, she chooses snacks with low calories as long as they can still provide her the energy she needs. Some of her favorites are almonds, raisins, coconut water, kale juice, and lemon juice. Of course, she drinks lots of water in between.

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