Miss Abbie Chatfield started the Australian TV series at the age of 23 years. She has learnt some diet tips and tricks from other girl contestants in the TV series. She has started to follow this diet plan as discussed in the news article. Her diet plan mainly focuses on her breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and other stuff. Filming on The Bachelor has helped Abbie to reconsider her diet and now she looks healthier.
The Heart foundation recently declared that consuming eggs and dairy products like cheese, yogurt or milk will not increase the risk of developing cardiovascular disease in healthy individuals residing in Australia. However, red meat can make you more susceptible to heart disease and stroke.
Tamra Judge, the star of The Real Housewives of Orange County, told to an Instagram fan that she feels the keto diet is not healthy in the long run. She had to stop following the keto diet last year because she said she got sick from the diet, probably keto flu. However, she sticks to a similar diet but does not for the bad fat.
Teddi Mellencamp recently told PEOPLE that she eats as clean as possible at home to stay relaxed and enjoy when she has to go out with her friends and family. She says she never skips her breakfast and finds a kind of balance between each meal. She also works out at least an hour a day to stay active physically and mentally.
Alicia Silverstone has recently credited the vegan diet for anger-free and harmonious relationship with her son. She has been following the vegan diet for more than 20 years. Her son also follows the vegan diet, which is why she says, he never takes medications because his diet supercharges his immune system.
In an interview with PEOPLE, Jameela Jamil revealed that her loneliness, which she experienced during her teenage life, contributed to her eating disorder, anorexia. She also said she has been struggling with body dysmorphia. She is teaming up with Bumble BFF to encourage people to connect and meet with their BFF’s.
Just Egg, which contains plant-based, vegan eggs, are as healthy as real eggs, according to Natalie Rizzo, a registered dietitian from New York City. Vegan eggs are made from turmeric and green gram (mung bean) protein to create an egg-like texture and flavor.