Celebrities Pay Attention to What They Eat

For some people, career success is dependent on being totally fit and operating at a peak performance level for a long period of time. Professional athletes, movie actors, rock stars and other celebrities all need high nutrition and sustained energy. And practicing mindful eating habits is becoming a staple of long-term celebrity success. Here are just some of the celebrities enjoying (and touting) the health and fitness benefits of nutritious foods.

Tom Brady, four-time Super Bowl champion, has his chef prepare only fresh organic vegetables, lean meats and never allows white sugar, nightshades like eggplants, caffeine or dairy to cross his lips. That may be why his passes cross so many goal lines.

Jessica Biel Timberlake, movie star and newlywed, says she prepares and cooks everything at home. That means vegetables, lean meat and fresh fish, along with daily servings of yoga, cardio and weight lifting.

Uma Thurman, the iconic movie star, is a raw food guru, and keeps her diet centered around whole foods rich in nutrients.

Kobe Bryant, the basketball legend, eats only pasture-fed produce, controls his carb intake, and never eats processed foods.

Miley Cyrus, one of the hardest working music and movie stars in the business, has gone gluten-free. As Miley puts it, “The change in your skin, and physical and mental health is amazing.” If you have ever seen her perform, you know she is in top form.

Now that you know about some of the growing list of clean food centric celebrities., embrace your own dreams, and the mindful lifestyle with confidence. And when you score your next big win, reward yourself with delicious vanilla, chocolate or coffee MUD dairy free ice cream.

The above information is for educational purposes only, and gathered from a variety of different sources. It should not be construed as medical advice, or as an endorsement of any particular product. Your healthcare provider is your best source for medical and nutritional direction, and should be consulted on any health decision you make.

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