New Delhi: Gauahar Khan
is celebrating her 39th birthday and the actress and style icon continues to give some fitness
serious inspiration to her fans and followers. She posts some of her workout videos on Instagram
and also maintains a diet. The television actor who was also seen in ‘Big Boss 7’ talks about her diet and what helps her to stay healthy.
Speaking of her diet, Khan
in an interview with Her zindagi.com revealed her diet secrets. She spoke about what she eats for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and she also speaks about her love for desserts
and how she cannot avoid it.
Khan in the interview says, “I start my day with one bowl of muesli and cold milk mixed with fruits and dry fruits.” She goes on to speak about her lunch, “I eat chicken, salad or vegetables.” Her meals are high in protein but she also mentions that she does not cut down on the carbs
. For her evening snacks, “I prefer homemade poha or pancakes to deal with my hunger pangs. Anything which is less oily,” said Khan.
also stresses on the fact that eating in small intervals is much better than eating in large quantities. Speaking of her dinner. Gauahar says, “I make sure my dinner is done before 8 at night. I do not cut down on carbs but it is comparatively lesser in my high protein diet.”
Gauahar also speaks of what she doesn’t like to eat and what she avoids. “I do not eat roti. Plus I don’t like the taste of it. I skip anything which contains gluten,” she said. Speaking of junk food, “I strong avoid junk food in any form. I prefer to eat salad, soup or juice whenever I am out with friends or family.”
While she skips pizzas and pasta, she drolls over desserts and cannot avoid the. “Sweets are my weakness and I cannot avoid at all,” Khan said. “I simply love chocolate pastries and traditional Indian desserts. I do not consume sweets on a regular basis, however when I eat, there is no count at all,” she added.
Disclaimer: Tips and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purposes only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or a dietician before starting any fitness programme or making any changes to your diet.