Model Health Tips

FOR many people, the start of a new year means that health and wellbeing are hot topics of conversation. Getting into shape and reassessing one’s eating habits are often at the top of the list, and nobody has more to say on the subject than our favourite models.

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“I try to stick to an organic diet and stay hydrated with a lot of alkaline water,” Kerr told Vogue.co.uk in April 2012. “I like to keep healthy and active. I did gymnastics growing up and I’ve practiced yoga for years – around 12 to 14 years already – and I like to work my body out and keep it in good condition.”

Photo By Will Davidson

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“I’m not really one for fad diets, I like to keep things simple. I grew up on a farm, so if I want to detox or shed some weight or eat cleanly I’ll cut out carbs and refined sugars. So that’s my tip for eating well: nothing extreme,” Huntington-Whiteley told Vogue.co.uk in September 2012. “I went home to Devon a few months ago and I was walking through the supermarket and it amazed me how basic the produce was that they have down there… It’s a simple way to eat well and feel good about yourself.”

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“I feel best when I avoid wheat, dairy and sugar, but I regularly make exceptions,” Lily Cole said in Vogue’s June 2012 issue.

Photo By Rex Features

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“I think your diet accounts for 70 per cent of what you look like. You can work out like crazy but you have to have the right diet in place,” Kroes said of her home-cooked diet of soups, grilled fish and roasted vegetables inVogue’s May 2012 issue.

Photo By Josh Olins

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“In the past months I have learned to have power naps everywhere I go and that is key for my health. To eat healthy food is also essential – especially fruit, for the vitamins,” Erichsen told Vogue.co.uk in August 2012. “Drinking a lot of water is very good for healthy-looking skin too. I also stopped smoking!”

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“The only diet I have ever done is the blood type diet – I have done it for five years now,” Vodianova said at the Vogue Festival in 2012. “The big contracts go to the girls who are healthy – they need to have a sparkle in their eyes and you can’t fake that if you’re unhealthy.”

Photo By PA Photos

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“Whatever you put in, you get out. I’m not afraid of working hard at anything, whatever it is,” Bundchen said of her diet and exercise regime – which she aims to instill in her children – in Vogue’s December 2011 issue. “When [Bundchen’s son] Benjamin eats broccoli, he thinks it’s a dessert!”

Photo By PA Photos

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“I think it’s important to eat lots of fruit and veg – I’m a huge fruit fan! I also make sure I have a lot of good sleep,” Codie Young toldVogue.co.uk in July 2012. “As far as exercise is concerned, I’m lucky that I really like walking. I’ll walk to and from jobs in Paris when I can and I also like to run and do yoga.”

Irina Shaykshayk2_v_25apr12_pr_b_426x639

“I drink a lot of water, but I don’t do diets. People have this opinion of models that they don’t eat – they’d soon stop thinking that if they saw me in a restaurant,” Shayk toldVogue.co.uk in April 2012. “I eat ice cream and cake, but it’s a question of balance. If I eat something like that, I feel much better afterwards if I spend a few hours in the gym.”

Stella TennantMidasTouch1_V_13aug12_NickKnight_b_426x639

“I think if you’re eating in a straightforward, balanced manner then that’s the best way to be,” Tennant told Charlotte Sinclair in Vogue’s June 2012 issue.

Photo By Nick Knight

 

source vogue.co.uk

 

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4 comments

  1. Very nice Photo montage. Gisele intrigues me, and this begs another topic that you may, or may not, have covered in the past: Shoes.

    Have you written anything on the ‘psychology of shoes’, how they highlight, evoke eroticism, and generally the male/female interest in shoes – both for Style and ‘personal interest(s)’ for public and private use? Fashion is only the first step in many percieved practical and social uses; any comments?

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