Drew Barrymore, once known for her weight loss issues, has been successfully in shape for 6 years and counting now. "Drew is a inspiration for all women who struggle early on with weight issues", says Alex Michaels from HottestCelebrityDiets.com. Drew's success has come from a balanced routine.
Online PR News – 13-July-2011 – – Drew Barrymore, once known for her weight loss issues, has been successfully in shape for 6 years and counting now. Drew has been in the film industry since she was just a little girl and more than once struggled with the weight battle. She is not only a superstar actress, but now directing in the upcoming film "Heist Society".
6 years ago, Drew made the decision to get in shape and maintain a healthy lifestyle for herself and her career. As a female icon, it's important to look great and feel good.
Drew says, “I was a full vegetarian, living on carbs.” Now, “I eat more protein. If I want that pasta, I’m gonna have it though! I don’t eat a ton of meat, but if my body needs some, then I’ll eat it. When I don’t feel good about myself, I’ll eat healthier or eat a little less.” Drew eats three meals per day, consisting mostly of organic fruit and vegetables. Drew also drinks a lot of water and takes vitamin C, which keeps her skin looking luminous.
“I didn’t exercise before, but ever since I started, my body has really changed.” She jokes, “it turns out those people who say exercise is good for you are right. I hate that!” Drew’s favorite workout is running because she finds it an outlet. She runs about five miles, three days per week Drew also enjoys the Bar Method, a workout combining yoga, pilates, and other exercises.
Pretty sensible, but you should really get on some kind of schedule otherwise the munchies and lazy days will creep in.
Unlike LeAnn Rimes, Drew has never been the subject of any eating disorders, rather just not eating right and exercising. You can read the rest of Drew's regime on HottestCelebrityDiets.com
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