Unlike many famous celebs, Chrissy Teigen’s diet and exercise routine is actually pretty relatable, if we do say so ourselves.
Staying in shape is a lot of work that not enough of us can devote the kind of time to--certainly not the amount of time to stay in shape like Chrissy Teigen. The former model-turned-author dished on her daily routine in a new interview with Women’s Health, and it turns out she’s actually not as militant about hitting the gym as a lot of Hollywood celebrities.
And if you’ve ever read her book, this actually makes a lot of sense. Chrissy debuted her cooking and penmanship in 2016 with her first cookbook, called Cravings: Recipes for All the Food You Want to Eat. You’d expect it to be full of salad and fruit dishes, but as the name suggests it's actually filled with carb-heavy, deep fried, and deliciously flavourful offerings.
That’s not to say that Teigen isn’t healthy. On the contrary. In her interview, she described a pretty decent diet and an all-around doable workout routine even with a busy schedule.
She works out about 4 days per week, which is just about every other day. When you think supermodel you think they workout 4 times every hour, but not Teigen. However, she does work out with celebrity fitness coach Simone De La Rue, so there is at least a bit of her routine that is unrelatable.
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Endless Summer glow tonight in Malibu, for the launch of this beauty @chrissyteigen BECCA X CHRISSY product line @beccacosmetics I am never getting out of this silk robe. I wonder if I can workout in it 🤔 Thanks Chrissy for a fabulous night and a huge congratulations to you my love 😍 #bodybysimone #simonedelarue #summerlovin #beccaxchrissy
As for diet, Chrissy is still nursing her newborn son Miles, so a lot of her choices are aimed at milk production. In the morning, breakfast is oat porridge and mushrooms with some extra protein in the form of a poached egg. Lunch is often coconut curry with “some kind of chewy fat”, but occasionally she’ll switch things up with avocado toast and prosciutto.
This girl loves her chewy fats, and who can blame her?
Dinner is never skipped--Chrissy says she gets nightmares if she goes to bed on even a half-full stomach--but she prefers to keep things lean as a result. Cajun salmon and spinach is a pretty typical evening meal, with substituting various fish and greens for either the salmon or spinach.