Hollywood hottie Megan Fox has been highly criticized after appearing on a beach wearing a tiny bikini that revealed a skinny frame. It seems that this has triggered an alarm signal not only for her fans, but for Megan as well as according to DailyMail the actress has ditched her strict vegan diet after realizing she’d lost too much weight.
Image is everything for celebs, so no wonder that they turn towards diets and intense exercise routines to keep themselves in an enviable condition. However, sometimes going to extremes and sporting a much too lean figure can attract attention from the media and Megan Fox seems to be one of the celebrities which decided that the media and her fans were right and stopped her strict vegan eating program which she was following for more than a year.
Now Megan’s body is more curvacious and she looks much healthier although she has turned towards another diet plan. The former Transformers star revealed that:
“For a year and a half, until about four months ago, I followed a strict vegan diet based on raw fruits and vegetables, no bread, sugar and coffee. But I had lost too much weight. So now I eat a bit of everything. And I train three times a week doing circuit training with my trainer Harley Pasternak.”
Harley Pasternak is a renowned fitness trainer who works with several celebrities. He revealed in an interview with Starlounge UK that Megan is now following his 5 Factor Diet which is based on eating 5 small meals a day containing healthy fats, lean protein, fibre and a non-sugar drink. This is a diet followed by various celebrities in Hollywood, such as Halle Berry, Katy Perry, Rihanna, Alessandra Ambrosio, Lady Gaga and many more others. Pasternak also says that:
“Megan wants her body to reflect who she is. She looks awesome. She’s natural, softly spoken and her personality shines through her fantastic shape. Megan’s also lucky because her husband Brian Austin Green follows the same workout routine. They share the same enthusiasm for a healthy lifestyle which is fantastic too.”
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