“I started working out every single day, and then I also started getting into eating 20-80, where 80 per cent of your diet is fruits and vegetables, and 20 per cent is whatever,” revealed Olivia.
“So, that can be any kind of meats or breads or anything else, but mostly fruits and vegetables.”
Hang on. We’ve heard of this 80/20 diet before.
Yes, it’s the same dietary guidelines followed by Gisele Bündchen and husband Tom Brady, however, they’re even stricter than Olivia. The couple employs a private chef, Allen Campbell, who serves up only organic vegetable meals 80 per cent of the time. Goodness!
Miranda Kerr is known for following this eating style, too, but she’s a little less restrictive. The Australian supermodel chooses to consume smart, nourishing food options 80 per cent of the time, allowing herself to indulge in some less-than-nutritious snacks during the other 20.
The question is, has Olivia managed to maintain the eating routine and intense workout schedule responsible for her 5.5kg weight loss?
"The thing that I've kept up since X-Men is eating organically. That's been a big part of, I think, feeling healthy, feeling fit, feeling clear. Knowing that you're putting only clean foods into your body, that's been a really important thing for me.”
Smart move, Liv. Maintaining intense daily exercise sessions may not be achievable long term, but eating organic where possible certainly is.
This article originally appeared on BeautyCrew.