Tor­rey DeVitto

A holis­tic ap­proach to nutri­tion and well­ness keeps this TV doc­tor in peak health

Better Nutrition - - TREND WATCH - /// By Chris Mann

Work­ing long hours in a hospi­tal can be tax­ing— even in TV land. But Chicago Med star Tor­rey DeVitto stays healthy and en­er­gized for her role as ER doc­tor Natalie Man­ning by em­ploy­ing a holis­tic ap­proach to nutri­tion and well­ness. And whether she’s staying true to her decade- long con­vic­tions as a veg­e­tar­ian, achiev­ing calm by cut­ting coff ee, or us­ing spir­i­tual work to tap into the mind- body con­nec­tion, the ac­tress keeps fi nd­ing new ways to nour­ish and cen­ter her­self for the long haul.

Chang­ing her eat­ing habits paved the way for her trans­for­ma­tional think­ing. “I love be­ing a veg­e­tar­ian,” says DeVitto, 33. “I re­ally feel like it’s a refl ec­tion of my whole be­lief sys­tem. I try to make every­thing that I put on my body and in my body cru­elty- free. I do eat dairy, so I try to be con­scious about where it’s com­ing from.”

Her con­scious liv­ing ex­tends to med­i­ta­tive ex­er­cises on set. “I have lit­tle I try to make every­thing that I put on my body and in my body cru­el­tyfree," says Chicago Med star Tor­rey DeVitto things that I’ve learned through my en­ergy healer, like lit­tle ways I stand in the cor­ner in be­tween takes and just take 30 sec­onds to do en­ergy pro­tec­tion or ground­ing ( ex­er­cises),” DeVitto, a li­censed Reiki prac­ti­tioner, says.

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