Angelina jolie diet secrets

lara-croft-angelina-jolie.jpgTo get ready for her new movie Tomb Raider, Angelina Jolie had spent a few months on a special diet. Jolie’s been forced to swap cigarettes and coffee for steamed meat, vegetables and soya milk. ‘It’s an interesting test because I used to smoke and drink and I used to not eat breakfast but have a cigarette and coffee”, Jolie said.

Although Jolie admits that Croft is the role closest to herself, playing her was one of the hardest things she has ever done. “It was such a challenge physically,” tells Angelina, who prepared for the role by following a training regime that included kickboxing, canoeing, street fighting and yoga. “A special diet also helped me shape my body. I ate steamed sea bass or steamed beef and vegetables, and I had no sugar and only drank soy milk.” Angelina had lost weight from overwork and was glad the training and healthy diet helped her put back on a few pounds of curves.

“I’m all for curves on a woman, and feeling sexy,” she says, “and I never felt healthier or stronger than during the filming of this movie.” Jolie performed almost all of her own stunts in “Tomb Raider,” which include sword fighting, spear throwing, dog sledding and bungee jumping. For the bungee-jumping sequence, she went through three months’ training. “The most difficult thing was learning how to do bungee ballet,” she recalls. “It took a while to learn how to work with the harness.”

When Angelina Jolie was married to husband Billy Bob Thornton, they were really focused on cleaning up their acts. Angelina said, “No more smoking or drinking, and a sugar-free diet. They want to be really healthy before they embark on having children”.

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6 Responses to “Angelina jolie diet secrets”

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  4. Richard Morden Says:

    I’m all for steamed vegatables, they taste great and don’t have that soggy feeling. It’s also great if you can jump right into a sound diet and stick to it but for someone in the long haul you need to find ways to reward yourself for those little accomplishments along the way. Then you have fun with it and set little goals that make it worth while.

  5. David Weight Loss Dotson Says:

    It is a great diet and routine for someone preparing for a movie who has all day, and the money to do so. Most people don’t have chefs, personal trainers, and all day to work out and eat right. I believe you would be healthier to eat steamed vegatables but you must find a diet that works with your lifestyle, not a moviestars.

  6. mmarcco Says:

    fine, boy george…

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