Star di­ets

Yes, a great body’s mostly down to what you eat. Our favourite in­ter­na­tional celebs tell SHAPE what’s on the menu.

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Car­rie Un­der­wood

“I’m ve­gan and I love bread, but re­cently, I started mak­ing din­ner a bread­less meal. I’ll have a bowl of oat­meal for break­fast, and I’ll make a sand­wich on Ezekiel bread for lunch, but in the evening I’ll have protein and vegeta­bles and no bread. When I wake up, my belly is flat!”

Lau­ren Co­han

“On Sun­days, I chop up tons of vegeta­bles and make three or four Ma­son jars’ worth of dress­ings, and I throw dishes to­gether at ran­dom dur­ing the week. With my sched­ule, it makes it so much eas­ier to have things ready to go in my fridge.g I eat healthy.y But I splurge, too. My y favourite is Justin’s Dark Cho­co­late Peanut But­ter Cups. . I’m ob­sessed with them!”

Kelly Row­land

“I’ve come up with vari­a­tions on some of my favourites that give me the flavour I’m crav­ing in a health­ier way. When I want a steak, I grill some por­to­bello mush­rooms and put a lit­tle goat cheese on them. When I make fish tacos, rather than flour tor­tillas, I use but­ter let­tuce leaves. And I’ve learned to sat­isfy my sweet tooth by re­plac­ing Reese’s Peanut But­ter Cups with half a ta­ble­spoon of al­mond but­ter on half a ba­nana.”

Eva Men­dez

“I grew up eat­ing rice and beans, so I want some kind of grain in ev­ery meal. For lunch, I usu­ally have salmon and rice or quinoa, and I try to in­clude a salad. I’ll eat the same thing for din­ner. I’m a crea­ture of habit in that way. I don’t get bored with food. I try to think about it as fuel for my body. But what I am look­ing for­ward to is the time when din­ner be­comes a sit-down sit­u­a­tion again. Right now I’m in sur­vival mode with two babies, eat­ing on the go.”

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