Did you notice that actress Jennifer Aniston doesn’t look like she’s aged much since her time on ‘Friends’. Here are tips for what she does to stay looking young.
To maintain a youthful appearance at the age of 52, actress Jennifer Aniston has persistently pursued a healthy diet and exercise regimen.
Jennifer tries to exercise at least 5 times a week. According to Mandy Ingber, her yoga teacher of more than 15 years, they try to practice every day and 5 days a week. Eating and exercising are the keys!
The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) also states that you should do at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise or 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity exercise a week. Additionally, spending 30 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise five times a week will help you reach that goal.
Mandy also revealed that she and Jennifer cycle for 30 minutes do 40 minutes of yoga, combined with movements that help tone the muscles.
The ‘Friends’ star loves balancing moves like the tree, semicircle, and warrior pose. She also likes the plank because it’s good for her abs and biceps, according to Mandy.
For many years, the actress has tried many subjects such as barre (ballet, combined with movements of yoga and pilates), and boxing. For her, boxing is a great way to relieve pressure.
Eat fresh foods, drink collagen
Jennifer Aniston avoids foods that are high in sugar. She often eats lots of organic fruits and vegetables, limits her sugar consumption, drinks plenty of water, and gets enough sleep. That’s one of her tips!
Eggs seem to be an indispensable food for Jennifer. In an interview with Elle in 2016, she said that when she wakes up, she often drinks warm lemon water followed by milkshakes or butter and eggs – one of her favorites.
Jennifer’s trainer Leyon Azubuike also encourages her to eat healthy fats such as avocado, coconut oil, salmon, and fish oil. As for carbs and protein, Leyon says each person needs a different amount depending on their lifestyle.
On days when Jennifer allows herself to eat as much as she wants, she usually eats Mexican food. If she’s craving a late-night snack, cold yogurt with granola cereal is an option.
Flavorless collagen powder is favored by Jennifer. She puts the powder in her morning coffee or drinks it after exercise.
Making friends with starch
Once pursuing a low-carb diet, Jennifer has now changed her attitude to bread and pasta. “Many people say no to bread, but I’m not afraid of them anymore. It’s important to eat in moderation,” she said. Actually, this viewpoint is supported by experts. You don’t have to give up carbs to eat healthily or lose weight.
Drink enough water
Coach Leyon always emphasizes the role of water in the body. He said: “The common misconception is to only replenish water when thirsty and drink until your stomach is full. If you drink a lot of water right before a workout, you will feel heavy, full, and sluggish throughout the time”. Instead, he recommends drinking water continuously throughout the day.
(According to Cosmopolitan, Insider)