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Here’s What Jennifer Aniston Eats in a Day—Is it Healthy?

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Find out what the actress eats to make 50 look like 30.

Jennifer Aniston has been a pop culture icon for longer than I’ve been alive, which is a pretty impressive feat. And whether you’re watching her as 1994 Rachel Green in Friends, or most recently as Rosie in Dumplin’, she somehow looks almost THE EXACT SAME.

While Aniston is a big fan of working out, that’s only part of how she says so fit and youthful. We did some investigating into Aniston’s diet, and man, it is squeaky clean!

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“Eat as [many] organic fruits and veggies as you can, keep sugar [intake] low, drink tons of water, and get good sleep,” Aniston told Yahoo Food. Read below to learn more about what the actress eats in a day, and if her diet is actually healthy.

Breakfast

  • Protein shake OR
  • Avocado and eggs OR
  • Gluten-free cereal and a banana OR
  • Oatmeal and egg whites

Jennifer Aniston likes to mix it up for breakfast, and I admire that. And any of those meals could get pretty boring after awhile. But what’s the deal with the egg whites in her oatmeal?

Aniston told Elle her now ex-husband, Justin Theroux, gave her this tip to help boost the protein content in her morning bowl of oats. She just cooks an egg white while her oatmeal is heating up and then whisks it in for a creamy texture and a 4-gram protein boost! I love a sneaky health tip.

Lunch and Dinner

  • Protein and vegetables
  • Salad with protein

Though there are plenty of veggies to choose from, this regimen could still get tiring. However, if you’re going to eat a lot of the same foods, they might as well be healthy proteins and vegetables.

Snacks

  • Apples and nuts or nut butter

This snack is the perfect combo of carbs, healthy fat, and protein. Plus, you can store it in your purse on jam-packed days. Aniston can store hers in her Louis Vuitton bag, I’ll store mine in my Target satchel.

Cheat Meal

Aniston told Elle Mexican food used to be her go-to cheat meal, but she has since opted for a big bowl of pasta. Theroux shared an “irresistible” lighter pasta carbonara recipe with her that uses turkey bacon, egg, Parmesan, and pasta water, while ditching the oil, butter, and cream. Sounds pretty meh to me—and nothing at all like a cheat meal—but, hey, to each their own.

We have two amazing pasta carbonara recipes of our own that are lighter than traditional recipes, but still full of flavor. She might just want to check out our Veggie-Forward Carbonara with all the best spring vegetables or our Whole-Wheat Carbonara that packs less than 350 calories per serving.

Interested in learning more health secrets from your favorite stars?

Meal Prep

  • Sliced raw veggies
  • Hard-boiled eggs
  • Butter lettuce
  • Pulled chicken

Aniston finds it much easier to stick to her eating regimen when everything she needs is ready and waiting in the fridge when she needs it. She told Yahoo Food she doesn’t have to change her diet much when awards season comes around and she’s looking to tone up a bit because she already eats healthy—and how much cleaner can one get? But Aniston does cut back on the sodium and ramp up her workouts to look her best. And these items are perfect for adding a nutritional boost to any meal.

Final Thoughts

This eating regimen seems pretty intense to me, and I thought I’d reach out to our Cooking Light and EatingWell Nutrition Editor, Lisa Valente, MS, RD, to get her expert opinion on Jennifer Aniston’s diet. Here’s what she thought:

“I love that she doesn’t need to do strict cleanses or resets because she sticks to an overall healthy diet all the time,” Valente says. “However, she probably could loosen up a little bit. I don’t know how realistic it is for us normal people to stick to such a strict regimen, but she’s definitely getting her vegetables in—something we all could stand to eat more of.”

Valente says she would love to see some more complex carbs—the “good” ones—in her diet, like whole grains, starchy veggies like sweet potatoes, and more fruit. She says simply adding berries to her oat-egg white concoction or rounding out her salad with some quinoa or another wholesome grain would help her get more nutrition and variety in her diet. Valente believes the aim of a healthy diet is to eat mostly whole foods with a few treats mixed in to stay sustainable.

“Eating a well-balanced diet should be more about feeling good, rather than looking a certain way or like a certain celebrity,” Valente says. “What works for Jen, may not work for you and that’s OK.”


Jennifer Aniston Shares Her Health and Beauty Secrets

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My ultimate stress reliever is exercise! And actually meditation. I do that for 20 minutes every day.

The one song that gets me moving without fail is "White Lines," that old rap song. I made a playlist of all those awesome songs from Jimmy Fallon's "History of Rap."

My postworkout beauty ritual is wiping my skin. I always use Aveeno [she's a spokeswoman] Ultra Calming Wipes—they're easy if you aren't near a sink.

If I could trade bodies with one person for 24 hours, Iɽ pick Would I really want to give it back? Iɽ love to be able to ski like a crazy person, like Lindsey Vonn. Then Iɽ also like to have Gisele's body, just ɼuz, why not?

I know I can beat anyone in Concentration. That's a good game. And Rock Mahjong! When I had a Megatouch—it's a wonderful machine with over 100 games—I played that too much. And also Castle Bandits! OK, next question.

No one knows that I can make a great Bloody Mary. It's actually just Mr. & Mrs. T Bloody Mary Mix! It's very trailer trash. But it's the amount of lime, a splash of olive juice and a couple of other secrets I can't give away.

It's Sunday morning at 11 a.m. You'll find me having eggs and a bagel and reading the paper. I start with the front page, then the travel section, arts and leisure or the calendar. How I take my eggs depends on my mood. But I always throw a yolk in there—the yolk's got a bad rap.

If you want to make me smile There are so many ways. Show me puppy videos. Cute puppy videos.

If yoga didn't exist, Iɽ invent it.

When I need extra motivation, I tell myself just do it. You can do anything for an hour.

Before I go to bed, I always wash my face and brush my teeth. I use a mild-scented Aveeno cleanser—I'm not a big scents person—and brush my teeth.

If I had to give up Mexican food for a year or post a selfie on Instagram for a year Iɽ definitely give up Mexican food for a year. I don't have Instagram. And I'm not a fan of selfies. I don't understand them. I feel like there's enough out there, why add to it?

I'm dying to try India. I wanna explore it.

My world. My rules. I would command everyone to do so many things! Be kind. Oh, I would command everyone to stop buying tabloids! I would command everyone to stop violence.

My friends know that they'll drive me crazy if they sing along to music! Oh my God, I hate it. I like to hear the song—don't sing it. Please! Iɽ record you to sing it if I wanted to hear you sing it.

My guilty pleasure is I have to say, The Voice and America's Got Talent. The auditions really kind of are fabulous.

If I programmed my own TV network, it would air good news! Just positive stories. Heroic stories. Cute puppy dogs doin' stuff. Great television shows. Iɽ bring back all the great television shows from the 70's. Put Taxi back on the air. Things to make you smile.

Photo Credit: From top: Donato Sardella/WWD. Amy Graves/WWD. Tim Jenkins/WWD


What Jennifer Aniston Does To Make 48 Look 28

Last weekend, Jennifer Aniston celebrated her 48th birthday in Mexico by flaunting a body that looks like it belongs to someone half her age. After picking our jaws up off the floor, we got to investigating. Here's exactly how everyone's favorite friend achieves the look.

SHE PUTS A "SKINNY" SPIN ON CHEAT MEALS.

Further affirming the fact that she could be your bestie, Aniston admits that pasta is her guilty pleasure. But when she indulges, it's with a healthy twist, like veggie lasagna. "You have zucchini, eggplant that acts as a paste, and you layer it with different cheese and put it in the oven," E! News reported. And when Aniston enjoys hubby Justin Theroux's irresistible carbonara dish, it's with one caveat: "We substitute turkey bacon for real bacon."

HER BREAKFASTS ARE FILLING AND NUTRIENT-RICH.

Aniston has three go-tos, she told Bon Appetit, and they're all insanely healthy. Sometimes her morning meal is a smoothie &mdash she likes bananas, cherries, protein powder, almonds, cocoa powder, and almond milk &mdash and on other days she'll have eggs over-easy with avocado toast on the side. Aniston's third option is the most interesting: oatmeal with egg whites whipped in at the end for an extra boost of protein.

SHE MAINTAINS A BALANCED DIET ALL YEAR LONG.

"I don't let eating habits get out of control where I need a reset button," she told Yahoo! Food. So while the rest of us rebounded from the holidays with Dry January or Whole30, Aniston's been living her best (healthy) life the entire time. She makes it sound easy: "Eat as much organic fruits and veggies as you can, keep sugar [intake] low, drink tons and tons of water, and get good sleep."

SHE MIXES UP HER WORKOUTS.

We know Aniston's a hard-core yogi, but she shared with Women's Health that "variety is key." She also loves spin, has tried barre method and is a fan of circuit training &mdash 15 minutes dedicated to her quads, 15 minutes on the elliptical, 15 minutes of spinning, 15 minutes of running, followed by portions of the Body by Simone DVD for floor work.

The one trend she just couldn't get in to? Boot camp. "I don't want to get yelled at &mdash at all. Please stop yelling at me," she laughed to the mag.

JENNIFER PRACTICES WHAT SHE PREACHES.

While some celebs are out there promoting ridiculous products for some dolla dolla bills, Aniston only reps ones she truly believes in. Those include Smartwater, which has added electrolytes, Aveeno (she's a fan of their Absolutely Ageless line), and Living Proof hair products to keep her famous locks looking healthy.

HER MEALS ARE ANYTHING BUT BORING.

"Justin and I both love to tinker in the kitchen," Aniston revealed to Yahoo! Food. So while she calls her lunch basic &mdash salad and some form of protein &mdash her perfect combo isn't just lettuce and chicken. She loves a grain-based one with bulgur, feta, and garbanzo beans.

HER REFRIGERATOR STAPLES ARE SUPER HEALTHY.

And they're already made and prepped. "I always have cut raw vegetables in a Tupperware container," Aniston shared with Yahoo! Food. She also stocks hard-boiled eggs and pulled chicken on the reg &mdash plus a special treat in the freezer. "I was at a spa one time, and they gave me a little cup of frozen grapes after my mud bath soak or whatever," she told Women's Health. Now Aniston makes them herself &mdash she prefers red grapes &mdash for a snack.


Here Are 5 Tips Before Starting Your 16:8 Fast:

1. Use the DoFasting App

Intermittent fasting is more than counting down the hours until your next bite. It also involves keeping track of your food intake and engaging in some physical activities. If you're new to intermittent fasting, it will be best that you try it out with an app.

The DoFasting app is exactly what you need when starting. It's a programmable solution for weight loss that will help you determine which fasting method fits you best, and will also guide you on how to adapt I.F. into your lifestyle. From meal prep to simple workouts, the DoFasting app has a library full of resources curated by professionals to help you reduce weight and improve body health.

2. Ease Yourself Into It

We all know how "hanger" is real. So it might be tempting to jump right into I.F. (I mean, who wouldn't look like Jennifer Anniston ASAP?), but doing so can only hinder you from achieving your health goals. Ease yourself into the diet, try the program for two to three days during the first week, and gradually increase over the following weeks.

3. Eat Meals That Will Leave You Fuller For Longer

At the end of the day, the food you eat can influence your ability to commit to the 16:8 fast. If you're taking in empty calories, then there's a high chance that you will break your fast. Plan out your meals and make sure you eat a balanced diet. Include more satisfying foods like fruits, vegetables, legumes, oats, and protein (this can include bacon!). Remember that this is an opportunity for you to create a lifestyle that's sustainable over the long-term.

4. Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate

When you're fasting, it's even more important that you remember to keep hydrated since your body is working hard to convert fat into energy and detox the body. Filling up on water may help prevent any hunger pangs and cravings you experience when adjusting to the program.

Did you know that the same physiological signal that tells us we are hungry is the same one that tells us we're thirsty? If you struggle with drinking your daily water requirement, the DoFasting app has a tracker to log your water intake. Aim to drink at least 2-3 liters per day.

5. Stay Busy

Just like on any other diet, if you are just sitting and thinking about how hungry you are, you'll struggle with committing to your fasts. Make sure that you keep yourself busy because boredom will beckon you to open up the fridge for a snack. Now that you have less time allocated for eating, you can spend it elsewhere. Get moving, go for a run, do some errands, and start checking them off a list. Before you know it, it will be time for you to eat.

Most likely, it will take your time for your body to get used to fasting, and you may feel hungrier and weaker for a while. However, just because you're feeling frustrated - especially during week 1 - doesn't mean you can't power through it. But if you pair your journey with the DoFasting app, there's a better chance of success! It has everything you need to start on intermittent fasting: a time tracker, a water tracker, motivational reminders, healthy meal recipes, and even exercises!

Instead of struggling with how to go about intermittent fasting correctly and effectively, this 3-in-1 app will surely pave the way to shedding those unwanted pounds.


She does indulge from time to time.

But if all of this sounds pretty boring and healthy, Aniston swears she indulges from time to time, explaining to Elle that she used to "go all out" on Mexican food. She reiterated to Bon Appetit that she’s "powerless" around tortilla chips, adding, "I love salsa on everything. I love Mexican food in general."

And when she was married, it seems pasta night was a staple in the Theroux household. She told Elle, "Pasta has taken over as my new favorite go-to-town food. Yes, he has brought the pasta back into my life," she said, joking. "I don't know whether I should thank him or hate him for that."

Her ex-husband’s pasta carbonara earned rave reviews, with the star calling it "irresistible," adding, "I've learned how to make it and it's not that bad for you."

In fact, Aniston’s lightened-up pasta carbonara seems pretty easy for anyone to make, as she explained to Yahoo! Food, "We have eggs from our chickens, and then we make it ‘skinny style’ where we use turkey bacon instead of real bacon, eggs, and parmesan. No oil, butter or creams. And we use pasta water to make it juicier."

She’s also a fan of a lightened-up vegetable lasagna, telling Yahoo! Food, "You have zucchini, eggplant that acts as a paste, and you layer it with different cheeses and put it in the oven," she shared, adding, "That's an easy group meal, and easy viewing party food."

As for the two foods you’ll never find in Aniston’s house? She told Yahoo! Food, "Beets are not in our refrigerator, I’m not a fan. And you won’t find caviar. Nope, you can’t acquire that taste no matter how many people say that. It’s just a s----- taste."


The Jennifer Aniston Salad

The fact that the cast of Friend’s favorite food was a salad seems kind of crazy. But it made me wonder, if they could eat something every single day, it had to actually taste good, right? Jen’s salad is a balanced meal with just the right amounts of vegetables, carbs, protein and healthy fats.

So what exactly goes into the Jennifer Aniston Salad? I found the recipe and tested it on some friends recently and the results were unanimous, it’s a total crowd pleaser. And that’s coming from some very skeptical critics. Especially when you consider there isn’t even any dressing on it. You read that right, no dressing! Sounds gross, but it’s legitimately the best salad I’ve ever eaten.

It’s officially becoming our “stock salad” in the refrigerator. I’d even go as far as to say it’s my favorite salad.

I’ve been making large batches of it every week and pulling it out for lunch every single day. Not only does it taste great, it’s totally filling and actually healthy! Now, it’s not only the Jennifer Aniston Salad, or the “Friend’s Salad”, it’s the Erin Salad!


Here's Exactly What Jennifer Aniston Eats for Breakfast and Lunch

Jennifer Aniston may not have her own Instagram account (tear), but that hasn't stopped her from posting on other people's social media platforms. The Hollywood superstar—and international hairstyle icon—took to Living Proof's Instagram the other day and put up two food photos, showing exactly what she eats for breakfast and lunch. Check it out.

For breakfast, the health-conscious actress goes for nutritious protein and fresh fruits.

One poached egg on brown toast with slices of tomato and avocado:

Her eggs come from her own chickens!

And at lunch, Aniston opts for a whole-grain vegetarian meal:

Her favorite salad is super-healthy: bulgur, cucumber, parsley, mint, red onion, garbanzo beans, feta, and pistachios all tossed together:

What are your favorite healthy breakfasts and lunches?

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5 Delicious (Easy!) Ways to Stay Healthy from Jewels and Jill

To eat well, you have to make it easy to choose the right foods throughout the day. Here are a few tricks Jewels and Jill use to help clients, including Jennifer Aniston, stay on course.

1. Shop Smart
Seek out great sources for fresh fruits, vegetables, fish, and whole grains. Then make sure most of your weekly groceries consist of these things. Balanced eating starts with balanced shopping.

2. Master DIY Convenience
Wash vegetables and lettuce the moment you get them home. This makes it easier to prepare a fresh salad quickly or roast a few vegetables for a meal or to puree in a soup. Wash and cut up fruit such as melon or berries. Then store them front and center in the fridge in clear containers so they're the first thing you reach for when you open the door. As Jewels says, "'Convenience food' to me means having tomatoes on the counter, rinsed and ready to eat, peaches sliced and frozen to put into smoothies."

3. Seek Out Delicious
If you're convinced you don't like kale, or fish, or cauliflower, maybe the problem isn't with the food but with how you've been preparing it. Jewels's recipe for salmon marinated in lemon zest, shallot, and fennel turned Jen from a fish hater into a fan. Find at least one delicious recipe for a new healthful food each month, then perfect it.

4. Be Prepared
Memorize a handful of recipes for those ubiquitous ingredients that show up in even the remotest small-town deli, so you'll have something good to eat no matter where you find yourself. Jewels says, "Even if you wind up in the middle of nowhere, you can always find something fresh, maybe just celery and parsley." That's why celery soup and parsley salad are staples of Jewels and Jill's repertoire.

5. Forget Magic Bullets
Jen looks great because she's conscientious and disciplined about caring for her body through yoga and good food. "She's not skinny," says Jewels. "She's perfectly fit. You know all that good stuff you're supposed to do for your body? She actually does it."


I tried Jennifer Aniston's ɼlean' margarita recipe and now I'm saying goodbye to sugary mixes forever

Jennifer Aniston is open about the fact that she leads a very healthy lifestyle — she adheres to a pretty strict diet and workout routine , constantly switching up her workouts and eating a surprisingly simple diet , with the occasional splurge on pasta and Mexican food.

But Aniston loves to enjoy a good drink, and she revealed that her favorite cocktail was actually mixed up by her ex-husband, Justin Theroux, first sharing his healthier margarita recipe in a 2015 interview with Yahoo.

Even though they've since split, it seems Aniston still loves to whip up his go-to margarita , telling InStyle in 2018 that she still makes it.

I tried it out at home and it's the only way I'll make margaritas ever again.

In 2015, Yahoo asked Aniston about her favorite tequila, and she shared Theroux's recipe. She said, "I love Patrón. I also love Don Julio 1942 as a nice sipping tequila. It's so yummy, it has a little sweetness to it, which I usually don't like."

She added, "Justin actually makes the perfect margarita with it because there's no agave, no sugar, no mix. It's pure tequila, lime juice, a squinch of Cointreau. It's delicious."

Then, in a 2018 interview with InStyle, she told her friend Molly McNearney that she was still making his lightened up margarita, saying, "Oh, lord, it's barely a recipe. It's basically silver tequila with lime juice shaken and over rocks. And some people like a little Cointreau, some don't. It's a cleaner margarita. No sugar, no mixes, no agave. I don't like sweet drinks."

I opted for Aniston's pick of Patrón Silver and a splash of Cointreau, a French orange liqueur.

Both of these spirits are pricey (Patrón retails from about $23 to $46 and Cointreau is about $35 for a 750 ML bottle depending on where you live), but they simply don't compare to cheaper options at the liquor store, surpassing them in taste by far.

I added one shot of tequila , a splash of Cointreau , ice cubes, and the juice of half a lime to my shaker, garnishing the drink with a slice of lime.

It was easy to make and very tasty … but dangerously strong.

Like Aniston, I also don't like sugary cocktails — I'm not a fan of pre-made mixes or syrups in my drinks, and I typically opt for a clear liquor and sparkling water with fresh lemon or lime juice, so her margarita recipe certainly appealed to me.

My new house has a full wet bar, and I was excited to craft a fancy cocktail inspired by the "Friends" star in the comfort of my kitchen, without paying premium prices for a drink out at a bar or restaurant.

It was incredibly easy to make and super tasty, but very strong. In fact, my husband thought that if he'd tried more than one, he would end up with a serious hangover the next day.

It also seems easily adaptable depending on your preferences for tequila, fresh juices, or other add-ins, making it a fresh, healthier alternative to the traditional margarita. It's the perfect drink for a special occasion, and I'll never make margaritas any other way again.


She kicked fad diets to the curb.

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It's no news that fad diets are not a sustainable way to keep weight off. In 2016, when Aniston was asked by Yahoo Food if she had any former stints with fad diets, she said: "Sure, the Grapefruit Diet. I think there was a watermelon one, and if you just think about it for two seconds, if anyone just lives on watermelon, you're going to lose weight," she said, "I did do Nutri-System, like, 20 years ago, that actually worked. It just happens to be astronaut food, but it still worked."

At 50, the actress no longer gives herself rules anymore and, instead, eats wholesome foods and exercises regularly.


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