Stunning Aussie supermodel and yummy mummy Miranda Kerr has one of the most enviable bods in the business. But just how does she do it?
image via @mirandakerr instagram
The 33-year-old girl from Gunnedah, (who has a background in studying nutrition) took to her KoraOrganics Blog to give some insight into just how she maintains that killer bod…
Doctor John D’Adamo’s Blood Type Eating Plan
Miranda is a devotee of Dr John D’Adamo’s Blood Type Eating Plan which is based on the premise that ABO blood type is the most important factor in determining a healthy diet, and has created specific, distinct diets for people with blood types O, A, B and AB.
Miranda’s own type A diet plan consists of a mostly vegetarian diet, consisting mostly of foods in their natural state, i.e. organic and raw fruits and vegetables.
“I believe it is important to supplement our food to ensure our bodies have the nutrition required to remain healthy,” says Miranda. “This is even more important if you do not eat certified organic foods and certified organic fresh produce,” she says.
3 food supplements Miranda Kerr swears by…
Noni Juice: Miranda has been a devotee of Noni Juice since she was 12 years old, and credits this vitamin-rich supplement for boosting her immune system and keeping her skin soft and radiant.
Coconut Oil: Miranda likes to use coconut oil, (which offers a myriad of health benefits from lowering cholesterol to aiding digestion and assisting with weight loss) as a substitute to other oils used in food preparation and cooking. “I personally find it beneficial and use approximately four teaspoons of coconut oil a day (in my salads and meals)”, she says.
Grants Liquid Chlorophyll: “Made from alfalfa concentrate, is naturally alkaline and contains vitamins, minerals and every essential amino acid. It helps increase energy and improve wellbeing”, says Miranda.
“I always try to make sure my diet consists of approximately 80% Alkaline and 20% acidic foods. Alkaline foods are primarily fresh fruits and vegetables. Acidic foods are meats and highly processed foods like breads, pastries and desserts. As I am not a vegetarian, meat; being primarily seafood and chicken make up most of my personally acidic food intake,” she says.
“I believe drinking around 2 litres of water a day is paramount to having a healthy mind and body. If possible I try to drink alkaline water and have installed an alkaline water filter in my home”, says Miranda
“I personally don’t consume sugar. If I have anything sweet (which is fairly rare as I have trained my taste buds from an early age not to crave sugar) or if I make something that needs to be sweetened I use Agave Nectar instead of sugar,” says Miranda.
Miranda Kerr’s Fitness Philosophy
“Pilates is great for core strength and it is also great for targeting and building on specific muscles,” says Miranda. “My suggestion to you is to start yoga and pilates as I believe nothing will help you get your body into shape better than this combination,” she says.
feature image via @mirandakerr instagram