Health & Fitness Emma Roberts opens up about her diet - and why junk food is still on the menu

11:48  13 november  2017
11:48  13 november  2017 Source:   Hello!

Is Carb Flu Really A Thing?

  Is Carb Flu Really A Thing? When people are looking for ways to eat healthier, they often just decide to quit eating carbs, which doesn't really make sense at all. Basically, people claim that when you cut carbohydrates from your diet, it can cause a slew of symptoms, including a pounding headache, muscle soreness, fatigue, and general fogginess. Carb flu can last about a week, but once you get over that hump, people say you'll generally feel better and it will all be worth it. Apologies, but carb flu is not really a medical condition — or something worth "riding out" — it's a sign that your body isn't getting the energy it needs to function.

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  Emma Roberts opens up about her diet - and why junk food is still on the menu © provided by Hello Magazine UK Actress Emma Roberts refuses to put restrictions on her diet and will eat bacon or doughnuts whenever she pleases.

The former Scream Queens star doesn't obsess over counting calories when she has a craving for comfort foods, relying on her regular workout routine to keep her slim no matter what she eats.

"With my diet, I do what feels good for me at the time," she explains to Shape magazine. "I try not to say that I won't eat something. Instead, I stay in tune with my body and my mind, and I think, 'What do I feel like eating?'"

Emma, 26, reveals she adopted her diet philosophy while filming American Horror Story: Coven in New Orleans in 2013, confessing she couldn't get enough of the Big Easy's Cajun food - and decided there and then to stop worrying about what she eats.

Is Carb Flu Really A Thing?

  Is Carb Flu Really A Thing? When people are looking for ways to eat healthier, they often just decide to quit eating carbs, which doesn't really make sense at all. Basically, people claim that when you cut carbohydrates from your diet, it can cause a slew of symptoms, including a pounding headache, muscle soreness, fatigue, and general fogginess. Carb flu can last about a week, but once you get over that hump, people say you'll generally feel better and it will all be worth it. Apologies, but carb flu is not really a medical condition — or something worth "riding out" — it's a sign that your body isn't getting the energy it needs to function.

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"I started working out regularly when I was living in New Orleans, shooting American Horror Story: Coven several years ago. I really fell in love with the food there," she shares. "To counter all I was eating, I worked out more. It was a great balance: I'd have fried-chicken sliders at night and then go to my yoga class the next morning."

Emma is no slacker when it comes to exercise - she demands results from her fitness regimen. "I work with a trainer, Andrea Orbeck, because I need to get my cardio," she details. "Our sessions are an hour, focusing mostly on arms, abs, and a** - the all-important three A's."

Adding, she revealed: "I also do yoga. I usually take classes with a friend. For Pilates, my favourite workout, I go to Body by Nonna, and I can see my shape transform within a couple of sessions. That's good because I'm that person who, after one class, lifts up her shirt and says, 'Where are my abs?' I want results!'"

Iodized Salt Is No Longer a Required Part of a Healthy Diet—Here’s Why

  Iodized Salt Is No Longer a Required Part of a Healthy Diet—Here’s Why It’s no secret by now that eating too much salt can wreak havoc on your body. For starters, iodine is an element that regulates your thyroid glands, stimulates brain development, and naturally detoxes your body. Most adults need about 150 mcg of iodine per day in order to avoid a deficiency, according to experts. Thankfully, the National Institutes of Health’s Office of Dietary Supplements say that Americans and Europeans are what’s called 'iodine sufficient,' meaning their diet is varied enough to provide the necessary levels of iodine. That’s true even if they don’t use iodized salt, according to the Institutes’ research.

It even helps her to have a faster metabolism and controls her appetite for junk foods . Emma Roberts ’ On The Beach. The young actress may not need to diet and work out to maintain her slender figure because one, she ’s still young, and two, it’s in her genes to stay that way, just look at her aunt

Menu . Junk food diets are on a speedy rise, and so are our waistlines…….. and the hole in our pockets as well. This is why you must eat healthy food in place of junk food . You are what you eat ….. feed yourself a healthy and disease-free future.

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