Miley has made several tweets defending her health, as she should because she looks great! Her trainer, Mari Winsor says, “When this girl comes in, she is on fire. She’s focused.”
Miley does pilates with her trainer, Mari Winsor, 6 times a week for an hour a session. They focus on shaping her legs and abs. Mari noted that many of the workouts she does with Miley are on her Lower Body Pilates and Flat Abs Pilates DVD. On top of pilates Miley also gets her cardio in by running and walking 6 days a week.
Sunday: 1 hour walk
Miley follows a gluten and lactose free diet.
Gluten free: A gluten-free diet is a diet that excludes foods containing gluten. Gluten is a protein found in wheat (including kamut and spelt), barley, rye, malts and triticale.
Lactose free: No dairy products such as milk, cheese, yogurt and ice cream that contain a natural sugar called lactose.
Many times people have to follow this diet because their bodies cannot digest gluten and dairy, but some do it to shed weight and become more healthy. For more information Wheat Belly is a great book.
5 Key Foods:
Lowfat Protien: chicken, turkey, fish, or egg whites.
Fiber: Colorful fruits and veggies, such as plums and peas.
Healthy fats: Find it in extra virgin olive oil, fish and almonds.
Sugar free drinks: Choose water, tea, coffee, or sugar free sodas.
Breakfast: Scrambled egg whites with lots of veggies and a grapefruit.
Midmorning Snack: Strawberries and peaches with a handful of almonds.
Lunch: Enjoy a corn wrap filled with skinless turkey, lettuce, tomatoes, and fat free mayo. The protein in the turkey helps build muscle.
Afternoon snack: Dip a pear (cut into wedges) into two teaspoons of peanut butter. The combo will keep you feeling full until dinner!
Dinner: Grilled veggies like broccoli and asparagus with fish such as salmon or cod.
Late night snack: Try some cut up veggies of your choice. Cucumber and carrots are super yummy.