Ivanka Trump may have had three children overthe last six years but her lean physique is the envy of many mothers around the world.
As well as fitting in strict exercise programmes in between travelling, she follows a metabolism-boosting diet plan.
Ivanka Trump has found success of herown in the world of business, and now acts as senior advisor to her father Donald Trump,the US President.
But another area the mother of three has foundsuccess is through her diet.
Some simple changes in the way she eats havehelped Ivanka’s post baby body snap back into shape.
Ivanka, on the other hand, follows an exercise routine to maintain her elegant figure.
Here are Ivanka Trump’s secrets to staying in shape.
Ivanka Trump doesn’t keep her toned physique from diet alone.
Cardiovascular exercise,particularly cycling (she’s an avid proponent of SoulCycle) makes up the foundation of IvankaTrump’s workout routine.
Ivanka admits that, prior to having children, she would “eat like a teenager,” consumingtraditional junk food like hamburgers, pizza, and pasta.
Now she avoids almost all processedcarbohydrates and follows a low-carb diet focused on only whole grains and oats.
There aren’t any frozen meals on Ivanka Trump’s dinner table (although these healthyfrozen meals might make the cut), but she’s not against using the freezer.
Frozen berriesand vegetables are convenient ingredients to have on hand.
They can easily be addedto smoothies, or used as a side dish.
Frozen edamame, spinach, corn, and mustard greensare particularly simple to heat up and prepare.
Smart protein choices are the foundation of any successful diet.
Ivanka Trump focuseson lean proteins like chicken, eggs, salmon, and low-fat Greek yogurt, which she tops withchia seeds, berries, and nuts.
Don’t starve yourself with juice cleanses or cabbage-soup detoxes.
Ivanka Trump saidthat her experience with a day-long green juice cleanse didn’t end well, and thatshe has since sworn off extreme crash dieting.
For Ivanka Trump, a healthy diet starts in the grocery store.
She avoids the inner aisles,which house the heavily processed foods like cookies, sugary cereal, and chips, and focusesher attention on the fresh, wholesome ingredients on the outer aisles.
Her advice: Stick tothe perimeters when you do your grocery shopping.
When she’s not breaking a sweat on the bike, Ivanka Trump is toning up in the yoga studio.
Her personal trainer, Rhonda Malkin, a former Rockettes dancer, introduced her to a “fusionworkout” — a combination of yoga, Pilates, dance, and meditation that exercises the bodyas well as the mind.