World supermodel Australian Miranda Kerr talked about her fitness in an interview with Ms Namita Nayyar, president, Women Fitness. Miranda Kerr is one of the most beautiful models in the world who rose to fame in 2007 as one of the Victoria's Secret Angels. She is the first Australian to participate in the Victoria's Secret campaign and also represents Australian fashion chain David Jones.
Miranda Kerr keeps on revealing secrets behind her beauty and this time around she has extensively covered them in an interview with “Women Fitness’.
Last week she answered to a series of question put to her by. Namita herself being a diet & fitness promoter was very interested in finding out about how Miranda Keeps herself in shape and takes care of her diet. Miranda Kerr said "I adopt the 80/20 rule. 80% healthy and organic, 20% indulgent and that works for me and my body personally. I indulge occasionally and avoid counting calories.
Miranda further added, "Ideally when I can, I like to start my day with a fresh pressed green juice with kale, cucumber, spinach, parsley and lemon. Half an hour later I like to make a smoothie I will then have organic eggs or oatmeal for breakfast. That works for me and is a great way to get my body started for the day. I believe breakfast is one of the most important meals in the day.
Miranda strongly believes that focusing a major chunk of your diet on organic and healthy eating is bound to leave you on the top of health.
She doesn’t force herself on a regimen; in fact she gives a fair chance to her desires “Indulgence occurring unto 20% is acceptable, when you know what you are putting into your mouth. All of us have desire for certain foods and drinks, If you try to suppress thoughts of the foods you desire, it is bound to increase your desire to have them more. Watch out! Kerr likes to indulge on fatty French fries and rich dark chocolate”
As she has been repeatedly dished on her beauty secrets, Kerr also told readers of Australian Cosmopolitan that coconut oil was the key to her clear skin, shiny hair and trim figure, saying she ingests four tablespoons a day, either on salads, in her cooking or in her cups of green tea. However, US health experts warned against consuming large amounts of saturated fats such.