Demi Gene Moore (born November 11, 1962) is an American actress and film producer.
Demi more follows a strict diet every day: she has removed sugar and sweets as well as processed foods. Another habit she follows is to avoid eating foods with fat, avoiding the use of butter, cream and mayonnaise.
“I only eat when I’m hungry and stop when I feel full. But always healthy food, no snacks.”
Moore has a figure that hasn’t aged a bit. Much of that is due to her unwavering discipline. How disciplined is she, exactly? When getting in shape for the movie Striptease, Moore incorporated predawn beach runs, weights, yoga and dance rehearsals that could often last up to three hours, People writes. And, for G.I. Jane, Moore’s trainer, Gregory Joujon-Roche had her lifting weights for two hours a day, in addition to a daily six-mile run.
When she’s not preparing for a role, though, Moore focuses on staying toned and fit. As you age, Joujon-Roche tells People, it’s important to target potential trouble zones. “She wants to preserve her arms, stomach, lower body,” he says.
Moore has admitted to struggling with her body image in the past but has managed to adopt a healthy outlook toward herself, making her a great role model for those dealing with similar issues. “I find peace when I don’t see my body as my enemy, when I step back and have appreciation and look at all that my body has done for me. It’s allowed me to give birth to three beautiful children, allowed me to explore different roles as an actor, allowed me to be strong. You can’t look at yourself in the mirror and tear your body apart,” Moore tells Harper’s Bazaar.
One of Moore’s secrets to a fabulously toned and youthful body? Organic, natural foods. She is a perfect example of just how beneficial a clean, disciplined diet can be. Shape writes that she typically follows a raw vegan diet, which eliminates cooked foods and focuses on organic fruits and veggies, juices, smoothies and soups. She’s not alone when it comes to following a raw food diet – Alicia Silverstone, Uma Thurman and Natalie Portman are all believers as well, according to The Best of Raw Food. The diet balances greens, germinated nuts and seeds, super foods and fruit, and no food is cooked above 116 to 118 degrees Fahrenheit.
Natural Life writes that Moore believes following a diet of uncooked foods prolongs youth and fights disease. It has gotten mixed reviews in the nutrition world, with some doctors advocating for the diet that’s rich in fruits and veggies, while others argue that some phytochemicals (such as lycopene in tomatoes and carotenoids in carrots) are more easily absorbed when cooked, according to Natural Life.
“The raw diet tends to be dense with nutrients that are easily absorbed into your blood, and contains little or no saturated fat. It is low in sodium, high in potassium and fiber. These factors are important in helping to reduce the risk of certain diseases such as heart disease and some cancers,” writes Natural Life.
Eat sprouts, such as mung beans, aduki beans, alfalfa, radish, rye and millet.
Incorporate salads with your main courses.
She was once obsessed with her body
And in her new memoir Inside Out, which went on sale Tuesday, the movie star detailed how she used to heavily diet and work out to look every inch the Hollywood siren for her blockbuster films.
‘I didn’t feel like I could stop exercising,’ the ex of Bruce Willis and Ashton Kutcher writes in her book.
The craze began in 1992 when she as cast opposite Tom Cruise and Jack Nicholson in the military courtroom drama A Few Good Men.