Bollywood actor Shilpa Shetty is well known for her food posts on social media. The diva has a rare penchant for balancing her love for food with healthy and clean eating to maintain a fit body. She often also encourages her fans and followers to lead a healthy lifestyle and eat everything in moderation, instead of completely forgoing tasty food. Shilpa’s Sunday binge videos, where she indulges her sweet tooth, are very popular on Instagram and she never fails to post one every week. This week, Shilpa was seen participating in a rasogulla eating contest with her son Viaan Raj Kundra and her niece.
Shilpa manages to keep her weight under control and manages to look so fit and fab by refraining from eating unhealthy, sugary or fatty foods throughout the week. She also makes sure that she never skips meals, no matter how busy she is. Case in point is today morning, when Shilpa managed to grab a healthy ‘breakfast on the run.’ Have a look! (Also Read: We Spoke to Shilpa Shetty Kundra & Here Are 8 Secrets She Wants You To Know)
Shilpa’s breakfast on the run consisted of a bowl of muesli, apple, banana and pomegranate in almond milk. Muesli is loaded with fiber and good when taken in controlled portions. Almond milk is fat-free and one of the most common non-dairy plant-based milks out there. Pomegranate is a winter fruit that is also full of antioxidants and a good source of vitamin A, C, and E, as well as folic acid. Apples and bananas are rich in dietary fiber among other nutrients, and hence, can keep you full for longer. So basically, this one’s a bowl full of foods that make for a power breakfast.
One of the most common and most important thumbrules of keeping fit is that you must never skip breakfast. This is the one thing that all nutrition and diet experts around the world agree with and believe in. It’s also very important that your breakfast isn’t greasy or unhealthy, and still provides you with the requisite energy to keep you going throughout the day. We guess we now know where Shilpa gets all that energy to multi-task from!
Source: New feed