Taylor Swift’s Diet and Exercise Routine: Looking Great Always

Country cutie Taylor Swift is definitely one of the most influential teens on the planet today. The 5 foot 11 tall charmer only started in Hollywood 2 years ago, but already, she has been selling out stadiums on the regular, sweeping awards shows and breaking sales records one after another faster than a lightning bolt. This 21-year old, blonde, blue-eyed beauty may have her good genes and youth to thank for her pretty face and fit physique, but Taylor knows taking care of her body will always be one of her priorities.

Taylor-Swift.jpg”Food is my moment of weakness, because I don’t diet. I don’t like it. For me, I would eat healthy, but I refuse to use the term “diet.’ For a while there, I put out a single, and I was like, I gotta get in shape man, I’m going on a diet.’ And then I realized that’s ridiculous. I’m happy with how I look and I’m not gonna you know.” Taylor shares.

Taylor Swift’s diet is said to be the raw food diet that concentrates on consuming unprocessed and uncooked foods like, vegetables, dried fruits, nuts, seeds, whole grains, beans, sprouts and seaweed.

As claimed by individuals who adhere with raw food diet, the food prepared or cooked more that 116 degrees Fahrenheit loses its all-natural nutrients that’s why meals are consumed at their natural condition.

For Taylor Swift’s exercise routine, she works out mainly to get in great shape at the same time gain or increase her energy levels needed during her concert tours.

To keep her stamina and endurance up, Taylor runs a lot and actually enjoys doing that. But whenever she doesn’t have enough time to work out outdoors, she uses her treadmill within her house or in one of her tour bus so she’d stay fit even when she’s not at home. Taylor Swift’s exercise also includes doing yoga.

Taylor shares, "Basically, if I’m indulging too much and not exercising enough, I can feel that. I can feel a change before I see it. For me, working out is not so I can get skinny. It’s so that I can keep up my endurance so I’m not panting on stage. Heavy breathing is the worst when you’re in concert. You don’t want to see that if you’re going to see a show.”

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