After making her comeback with Ekta Kapoor and Rhea Kapoor’s Veere Di Wedding, Kareena Kapoor Khan has been slaying it everywhere. The actress, who gave birth to Internet sensation in 2016, was on a maternity break. The actress then made a stunning comeback flaunting her perfectly toned body and washboard abs. The actress worked hard on shedding her post-pregnancy weight, she stuck to her workout routine so much so the first time she flaunted her abs, her fan couldn’t stop drooling over her oh-so-hot pictures.
It was during her Veere Di Wedding promotions when Bebo nailed every look with elegance and celebrity dietician Rujuta Diwekar had revealed that dal rice and pulao was doing wonders for Bebo. And we must say, her journey of post-pregnancy has been truly inspiring. Bebo has always mentioned it is 80% diet and 20% workout that has worked for her. Since Kareena has been an inspiration to many we bring to you her diet secret that helped the stunning actress to achieve the dream bod.
Rujuta often holds Facebook Live sessions with the star couple Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan. Once posting the screengrab of Bebo’s chat, the celebrity dietician had written, “Because girls who eat rice in the night have the last laugh. #kareenakapoor #riceisnice”
Earlier during a Facebook session, Rujuta had divulged into details of diet secrets. You'd be surprised to know that the super secrets behind Kareena's toned figure are no fad diets but only nutritious home-cooked food. Since Bebo and Saif swear by their dietician, khichdi is Bebo’s comfort food which she likes to eat frequently.
Below is the detailed list of what she eats in a day.
Seasonal fruit/ Dried fruit/ Soaked nuts to be consumed within 15 minutes of waking up
Meal 2 (Breakfast)
Homemade breakfast + ghee within 60-90 minutes of meal 1
Meal 3 (Mid-meal)
Something easy to carry with you like nuts or a drink like nariyal pani; to be consumed within 2-3 hours of breakfast
Meal 4 (Lunch)
Rice or roti + vegetable or meat or dal + accompaniments like dahi / pickle + ghee, within 2-3 of meal 3
Meal 5 (Mid-meal)
Something to drink like seasonal sherbet (a fruit-based cooling drink) or buttermilk, within 2-3 of lunch
Meal 6 (Evening snack)
Have Wholesome meal similar to breakfast or portion of your lunch to. Around 4-6 pm
Meal 7 (Dinner)
Rice or millets based meal with ghee, 2-3 hours before bedtime
Meal 8 (Bedtime)
Milk with cashews/ gulukand/ chyavanprash, just before sleeping, if hungry
Rujuta had shared the post on social media and had captioned it, “A rough guide to meal planning - here is a rough guide to plan your daily meals based on the guidelines from the 12-week fitness project. Note that you have to look at this as a generic plan which you will fine-tune for your specific needs. Also, note that this will work equally well for diabetics, heart and blood pressure patients, PCOD and thyroid and of course fat loss.”
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