Inside look at Melania Trump's daily diet, including her favorite mealShe may be only 47, but she sure doesn't look like it.
She may be only 47, but she sure doesn't look like it.
First lady Melania Trump sports a body enviable to most, but when it comes to her diet, that slim figure might actually be quite attainable. Some older interviews about her personal life have recently resurfaced, offering the public just a teensy bit of insight into the life of the notoriously "private" FLOTUS.
A former model, Melania is of course no stranger to a healthy lifestyle. She strives to eat seven pieces of fruit a day, all of which offer her the vitamins and minerals for her hair and skin. In the morning, her breakfast is made with only "a few ingredients and lots of vitamins in it."
Frequently, she'll opt for nutrient-filled smoothie or fiber-rich oatmeal, also choosing to supplement her diet with extra vitamins to benefit her hair and nails. "I take vitamins A, C, and E to keep my skin, hair, and nails healthy," she revealed to Bella NYC in 2011. Water, moisturizer and sleep are also key for Melania's youthful appearance, especially since she's reportedly "against Botox."
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That doesn't mean Melania is all about diet, but instead, balance. She explained, "I love chocolate and ice cream, and I have those things once in a while. It's good to indulge cravings and your tastes once in a while...as long as you balance those things with healthy foods." Sometimes, she'll opt for a piece of dark chocolate for a snack or a glass of Diet Coke.
While she won't "overindulge" in food (but the chicken parm from NYC's Jean Georges is reportedly her favorite) she also refuses to participate in diet fads.
As for workout, Melania has listed ankle weights, pilates and tennis as some of her favorites, crediting them to getting her back in shape after Barron's birth. Clearly, if we can't afford Melania's taste in fashion, we just might be able to afford her taste at the gym.
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