Meghan Markle’s diet consists of ‘healthy food prepared in flavorful ways’ – ‘it’s all about balance,’ says the royal.


Meghan Markle’s diet consists of “healthy food prepared in flavorful ways” and is “all about balance,” according to the royal.

MEGHAN MARKLE is a stunning woman, and royal fans are curious about her diet.

Fortunately for them, Meghan worked as an actress for a long time before marrying Prince Harry, so she has revealed a lot about her diet.

Meghan Markle stated in 2016 that she tries to eat a vegan diet during the week but indulges on weekends.

According to an expert, Meghan’s flexible’vegan-ish’ approach means she is less likely to suffer from any diet deficiencies.

“What I like is that she doesn’t have an “allowed” list and an “avoid” list,” said Bonnie Taub-Dix, a nutritionist and author of “Read It Before You Eat It: Taking You From Label to Table.”

“She prefers not to eat animal protein.”

Apple slices with almond butter and sea salt are said to be one of Meghan’s favorite snacks, according to reports from 2018.

Amy Gorin, owner of Amy Gorin Nutrition, says, “This is a fantastic snack.”

“Apples provide satiating fiber, while almond butter provides filling, healthy fats, protein, and even more fiber.”

“A small amount of salt can enhance sweetness, so use it sparingly.”

Meghan admitted to drinking green juice instead of coffee in a 2016 interview with Delish.

Meghan’s combination of apple, kale, spinach, ginger, and lemon, according to nutritionist Ginger Hultin, is a good way to hydrate while also getting vitamins and minerals from the vegetables.

Meghan has stated that she enjoys kombucha, a lightly carbonated fermented tea.

Meghan, who is from California, told Best Health that her ideal lunch is sashimi, which is sushi without the white rice.

Meghan liked to start her day with hot water and lemon when she was on Suits.

Acai berries, which are high in fiber, vitamins, and antioxidants, are also said to be a favorite of the former actress.

Meghan is known for her love of red wine and named her lifestyle website ‘The Tig’ after her favorite Italian brand, Tignanello.

Meghan is a foodie, but she isn’t opposed to eating ready-made meals.

She told Today that she starts the week by cooking a box of pre-cooked quinoa, which she then upgrades with sautéed vegetables and seasonings like crushed red pepper and chopped fresh herbs.

“She appears to eat fresh a lot of the time, but she doesn’t appear to be a failure.”

“News from the Brinkwire.”


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