Hollywood's favorite Jens hardly seem to age!
Jennifer Garner, Jennifer Lopez and Jennifer Aniston all radiate a glow that comes with years of self-care. So what are the secrets of these Jens that keep them in shape and great health, not to mention looking as young as ever?
OK! spills what these three Hollywood beauties, who eat healthily and just refuse to age, have on their menus.
The busy mom-of-three began following nutritionist Kelly LeVeque’s Fab Four plan (which calls for protein, fat, fiber and greens at every meal) while gearing up for 2018’s action flick Peppermint, and she’s stuck with it. “I’ve had her smoothie every day for breakfast since,” Garner, 49, confessed. The rest of her diet centers around fresh, whole food, most of which comes from her own L.A. farm! “You can’t resist what is still warm from the sun,” she’s said. “You just can’t.”
Smoothie with almond butter, almond milk, spinach and blueberries.
Nuts with cheese.
Chili or a salad with Chili or a salad with grains and protein grains and protein.
Homemade pizza with veggies.
“Throughout the years, I’ve learned the importance of maintaining a healthier diet,” the stunning 51-year-old star has said. She eats clean with an emphasis on protein, which keeps her energized during her intense workouts. And while the mom of two bans caffeine and rarely drinks alcohol, she allows for occasional indulgences (think: chocolate chip cookies). “I still eat some of the foods I love, but in moderation,” she noted. “I don’t deprive myself.”
Oatmeal with fresh berries.
Kale salad with pumpkin seeds, cheese, shallots and lemon olive oil dressing.
Organic fruits and veggies.
DINNER Grilled chicken breast, brussels sprouts and baked yams.
Consistency is key for the Friends alum. Jen revealed she starts each day with warm lemon water. Then, it’s on to avocado and eggs or a shake, followed by “some form of vegetables or salad with protein” for lunch or dinner. Recently, the 52-year-old actress introduced intermittent fasting to the mix, so she only eats during an eight-hour window. “I noticed a big difference in going without solid food for 16 hours,” she said. “Fortunately, your sleeping hours are counted as part of the fasting period!” Phew!
Eggs with avocado.
Salmon with veggies.
Apple with almond butter or hard-boiled eggs.
Chicken burger wrapped in lettuce or pasta carbonara when she wants to indulge.