We’re all envious of supermodel Miranda Kerr – with her endlessly long legs, her flawless complexion and her svelte figure even after becoming a mum in 2011 – she seems to be perfect in every way. What’s her secret? Is it good genes? Dieting? Photoshop? Or is it something else?
Thankfully, Miranda is as generous as she is gorgeous and so she’s quite happy to share her beauty and nutrition regime with us mere mortals. It seems that while she’s undeniably blessed with amazing looks, she helps her natural gifts along somewhat with a great diet and also with some rather special supplements.
What does she include in her daily diet?
The Australian model, who will turn 33 in April, makes sure that she gets several shots of noni juice every day, as well as four spoonfuls of coconut oil. You will no doubt have heard of coconut oil before, but you may be less familiar with the noni plant and its juice.
This plant is native to the Polynesian islands and the people there have been eating the fruit and drinking the juice for hundreds of years to aid their health and wellbeing. After the grandmother introduced her to the juice when she was just 14, Miranda has incorporated it into her daily life – with stunning results.
If she has a hard day of photo shots ahead of her, Miranda claims that this magical juice helps her to maintain her energy levels, as well as her amazing figure. She credits this juice with helping her to keep a clear complexion, as well as a constant weight and overall good health.
Kerr, who was married to actor Orlando Bloom, father of her five-year-old son Flynn, from 2010 to 2013, doesn’t stop at supplements, however. She sticks to a healthy diet including avocados, quinoa and chia seeds, all foods that stabilise blood sugar and prevent cravings for junk foods. She has to be doing something right, right?