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Your guide to getting the body of a celebrity.


So you want to get a body like Kylie Minogue?

Great stuff! Well it isn't going to be easy because you know Kylie Minogue put a lot of work into it. So first as always lets look at the stats.

Kylie Minogue stats

Sex: f
Dob: 28/05/1968
Height: 5"
Weight: 30kg / 66lbs
Bodytype: slight

Description
Kylie has dazzled us with her amazing figure for almost two decades now, and just like her singing career it shows no signs of withering just yet. The pint sized star has one of the best behinds in the business and requires a diet and routine that delivers visual results and ensures she’s able to perform at a high octane level too.


Exercise
The pop princess has been training to get fit and toned for her new tour with the help of the Power-Plate exercise machine, which offers an intensified workout with gyrating plates that can pack in the benefits of an hour's exercise to just a few minutes. "My friends raved to me about Power-Plate and now I know why. It's a great invention and a convenient, time-efficient workout," Kylie comments. The machine's 'whole body vibration technology' is supposed to show results in just three short sessions a week, creating a toned body, increased muscle strength, flexibility, circulation and stamina. https://www.powerplate.com

Diet
Kylie is a fan of the GI diet, a system based around foods that release sugars slowly into the bloodstream, supplying a steady supply of energy with no unruly peaks and troughs. Carbohydrates are the ones to watch here - since fats and proteins have little immediate effect on blood sugar. But not all carbs are created equal. The fundamental idea is that porridge, pulses, whole-grains and other hippie comestibles eliminate the hunger pangs born of sugar lows; they keep you satiated for longer, leaving you less open to the pernicious call of the fridge. The speed at which a food is digested is measured by the Glycaemic Index, which scores glucose at 100 and rates other foods against that number (an apple, for example, scores 38). Refined, highly processed, sugary foods, broadly speaking, have a high GI. Consume them and your blood sugar level will leap and your pancreas will respond by releasing insulin. Now, insulin is the villain. Its business is to reduce the level of glucose in the bloodstream by diverting it to body tissues for immediate use, or by storing it as fat. It also has the weighty responsibility of inhibiting the conversion of body fat back into glucose for the body to burn (a hangover from our feast-or-famine cave days). The point is that insulin not only helps the body accumulate fat, it also guards against its depletion. In short, it's Enemy Number One. If you want to lose weight, it is crucial to maintain low insulin levels. There are clear similarities with a conventional calorie-controlled diet (eat less food, and you'll consume fewer caloris ... eat less sugar, ditto), and indeed with Atkins, who dubbed insulin the 'fattening hormone' and rightly proposed that refined carbs are the core of the West's growing obesity problem. The difference is that the GI diet encourages the consumption of slow-burning carbs - the things that keep you fuller longer - together with health-giving, antioxidant-rich fruit and veg. The upshot is a manageable, varied diet that won't cl The crux of the GI diet, it turns out, is that a low GI alone is not enough; a food must also be low in calories and low in saturated fats, only then says does it pass the test. The idea is to look out for the right carbs (slow-burners) and the right fats (no hydrogenated oils ). Never use sugar, always a substitute. Eat the fruit rather than drink its juice. Never puree, never mash. Eat raw. Avoid cheese and caffeine. Pasta is a side dish not a meal. Eat every three hours to avoid low blood sugar. Include protein in all meals. A rice cake is diet death. Cover half your plate with vegetables, then a quarter with carbs and a quarter with protein. Cook everything al dente, leaving your stomach to do the extra work .
1 week EXAMPLE DIET

Breakfast
Scrambled eggs, whites only

Snack
1 Apple

Lunch
Tuna, Sweetcorn and low fat mayo on Grannary/Wholegrain

Snack
Low fat Yoghurt

Dinner
Spaghetti Bolognese

Desert
Orange and Almond Cake (1 slice)

DAY 2

Breakfast
Snack
Pear

Lunch
Chicken/Turkey Breast with green leaf salad

Snack
Orange and Almond cake (1 slice)

Dinner
Fettucine Primavera

Desert
Cherries (1 cup)

DAY 3

Breakfast
Egg-white omlette with asparagus and herbs

Snack
Low fat yoghurt
Tomato based pasta salad
1 Banana Dinner
Vegetable stir fry

Snack
Glazed apple tart

DAY 4

Breakfast Snack
3 Plums

Lunch Dinner
Homemade soup

Desert
Pear Crumble

DAY 5

Breakfast
Muesli with semi-skimmed milk

Snack
1 grapefruit

Lunch
Homemade soup with granary or soda bread roll

Snack
Fruit salad

Dinner
Grilled or steamed fish with salad or steamed green vegetables

Desert
Reduced fat mousse

DAY 6

Breakfast
Low fat yoghurt with berries

Snack
Baby carrots, cucumber, sweetcorn & low fat dip or houmous

Lunch
Baked beans on granary bread with salad

Snack
Strawberries, 1 cup

Dinner
Shepherds pie

Desert
Homemade muffin

DAY 7

Breakfast
French toast with bacon

Snack
2 kiwi

Lunch
Grilled vegetable pizza Low fat yoghurt

Dinner
Roast Turkey (no skin) small new potatoes and steamed vegetables Desert

Problems

Male Celebrities

Arnold Schwarzenegger
Daniel Craig
Brad Pitt (fight Club)
Brad Pitt (troy)
David Beckham
Will Smith
Usher
Matthew Mcconaughey

Female Celebrities

Beyonce Knowles
Jessica Alba
Halle Berry
Shakira
Heidi Klum
Jesicca Simpson
Kylie Minogue
Rebecca Romijn



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