Hollywood actress Halle Berry in her 52 years has retained not only the status of an A-class star, but also an excellent figure. She is seriously passionate about fitness, and not only herself cannot imagine a normal life without regular training, but also tries to inspire fans with her own example on Instagram. Of course, the actress does not forget about a balanced diet either: Halle recently described the peculiarities of her fasting (read also: "How to eat your hunger: home" fasting "program").
Halle and her personal trainer Peter Lee Thomas told subscribers about their own practice of intermittent fasting. Peter follows the classic 16/8 pattern of abstaining from food for 16 hours, distributing meals for the remaining 8 hours. His first meal occurs between 12 and 14 hours and, accordingly, after 8 hours (in the evening, between 20 and 22 hours), he forgets about going to the refrigerator.
According to Berry, she also prefers to skip breakfast, and her first meal is around 2 pm. “It's not that I'm not getting the nutrients and vitamins. I just don't eat,”the actress explained.
The star also clarified that she usually chooses protein bars for snacks.
Recall that in her youth, the actress was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. A few months ago, Halle announced on social media that she was following the popular keto diet today. “Since I am a diabetic, I have had to monitor my diet for most of my life, and for many years I have followed the keto or ketogenic diet. I hate the word "diet" and urge you to view this as a lifestyle change, not a diet. Keto is a very low carb diet that allows you to burn fat quickly. I also believe that this can significantly slow down the aging process. Keto as a way of life will allow you to control appetite, become more energetic and improve mental abilities, "- said the celebrity (see also:" Interval fasting: why are top managers of Silicon Valley starving ").
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