Gwyneth Paltrow, this 40 year old actress always looks so young and gorgous without wrinkles, thanks to her diet habbits. Although you can easily find loads of materials on Net about Gwyneth Paltrow diet and diet recipes, weight loss tips, you will get a more vivid picture of what’s the real Gwyneth’s weight loss tips from the insiders near her when they revealed everything to US magazine recently.
Gwyneth didn’t indulge in carb filled feast
At New York eatery Serafina East Hampton on Aug. 20, when Paltrow with her 2 kids, her husband met with her friends and when they have dinners, they ordered carb-filled feast, but Gwyneth didn’t eat much and it’s clear that she didn’t indulge in any of it, according to the insider.
Gwyneth eats carbs Free diet
“Gwyneth didn’t touch the carbs,” – insider
“She only ate the steamed vegetables. So everyone else had a pizza and pasta feast while she ate her vegetables and drank sparkling water.”
Changed her diet
Paltrow once revealed the reason why she has changed her diet
“I began to consider the effects of food when my father was diagnosed with throat cancer in 1998,” she told Beach magazine earlier this year. “I started to research anti-cancer diets in hopes that he would try to hit it from all angles.”
Eliminate dairy and gluten
Gwyneth made up her mind to eliminate diary and gluten when her father Bruce died in October 2002 at age 58 due to complications of the cancer and pneumonia, when Gwyneth realized more and more of how important of healthy diet is, so she eliminated dairy and gluten since on.
“It’s about being mindful about what you are putting in,” she explained. “Good whole foods are the way we have eaten for generations. It’s amazing how good you feel when you just cut out the processed stuff.”
Gwyneth Paltrow’s cheat days
Gwyneth Paltrow has her cheat days when she would like to indulge herself a bit.
“I love Starbucks — I’ll have a cappuccino,””My guilty snack in the U.K. is cheese, and in America, things on buns: a lobster roll and French fries, or a turkey burger with cheese.”