Sutton Foster Diet Plan

Sutton Foster

Hollywood star Sutton Foster had her career beginnings when she joined the talent competition Star Search in 1990. Afterwards, she became a performer on the stage. She soon became a Broadway staple, especially in the 2000s. She later started a television career, appearing in three episodes of Flight of the Conchords. In the 2010s, she became known for her starring role as Michelle Simms in the show Bunheads.

She next starred in the movie The Angriest Man in Brooklyn. She became further known after landing the role of Liza Miller in the television series Younger. She has been playing the said role since 2015. Simultaneously, she made guest appearances in other TV shows. This includes Elementary, The Good Wife, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life and Instinct. Her latest role on the big screen was in 2015’s Gravy.

The 43-year-old actress stays in shape by sticking to a healthy lifestyle. Being a singer and performer, she makes sure she doesn’t eat or drink anything that can ruin her voice. In an interview, she got candid about her eating habits. She said: “I’m a bit of a creature of habit – I tend to eat the same things every day. For breakfast, coffee with cream, an apple, a green juice or eggs with avocado. Lunch might be homemade chicken salad with avocado or a peanut butter smoothie. For dinner, salmon with some type of roasted vegetable or a hamburger.”

As much as possible, she stays away from dairy products or any food items that make her burp as these can mess up with her singing voice. She also admitted that while she ate unhealthily when she was younger, she has since learned to take care of herself through proper nutrition. She said: “When I turned thirty I really started to take care of myself. I grew up on junk food, soda, and crap. Something happened when I turned thirty, and I started to take care of my body; I got a trainer, my diet improved.”

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