Tiffany’s Diet and Exercise Routine: A Way to Lose or Maintain Weight

March 1, 2011

Celebrity Weight Loss

Tiffany Renee Darwish, the charming redhead professionally known as Tiffany sang her way to the public’s hearts with her melodic voice and catchy hits. The 35 year old once struggled to lose and maintain her weight at the ideal range and had once been slammed by the media for yo-yo dieting. Now, the 5 foot 6 fiery beauty is at her healthy weight, thanks to her changed eating and workout habits.

Tiffany.jpg“I make healthier choices. Today I got up at 5:30 am and had a banana, a handful of almonds that I keep in my car and then scrambled eggs. Before I’d skip breakfast or gone to McDonald’s,” she states.

Tiffany’s diet is the Fat Smash diet which promotes eating healthy through choosing foods that you want from the array of food groups. Her diet allows her to eat fruits, vegetables, lean protein, nuts, as well as complex carbohydrates.

Furthermore, her diet restricts her from eating white potatoes and white bread since these foods contain simple starches that can increase the blood glucose and insulin levels quick leading to food cravings.

An example of Tiffany’s diet plan to lose weight composes the following meals:

  • Breakfast – A banana with and a bowl of plain Quaker Oats with lemon butter
  • Lunch – Asparagus with broiled red snapper with lemon only
  • Dinner – Asparagus with broiled red snapper with lemon only. Snacks-Raw almonds without salt, grapes, bananas and apples
  • Cardinal Diet Rule: No refined carbs including white bread, sugar and pasta.

On the other hand, to maintain her weight, she adheres to this daily plan:

  • Breakfast – Veggie omelet (no cheese)
  • Lunch – A vegetable salad with olive oil, lemon and balsamic vinegar.
  • Dinner – Fish or chicken with Mrs. Dash marinade, broccoli, eggplant and brown rice.
  • Snacks – Raw almonds without salt, grapes, bananas and apples and low fat graham crackers.

For Tiffany’s exercise routine, she does 30 minutes of cardio exercise daily with the use of a treadmill.

“I literally put the treadmill in the living room so I can do the laundry and go to the gym. No excuses,” she claims.

She likewise loves activities like roller blading, jumping rope, and hiking. She also does Pilates that helps in strengthening the core postural muscles, the deep abdominal muscles and the muscles nearest the spine. At the same time, it strengthens, elongates and increases the flexibility of the muscles in the different parts of the body.

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