Canadian siren Rachel McAdams has taken Hollywood by storm, starring in blockbuster films such as “Mean Girls”, “The Notebook”, “Wedding Crashers”, and “The Time Traveller’s Wife”. With piercing blue eyes, high cheekbones, lush lips and prominent dimples, this 5 foot 5 stunner is a modern-day classic beauty. Add in her knockout body, which she claims was achieved by her healthy eating and exercise habits.
"I am a sugar-person." She admits. "But I try to watch what I eat, and I do work out regularly."
Rachel McAdams’s diet involves both portion control and a balanced diet. She likewise claims that she’s lucky enough because her metabolic process is fast and works effectively.
However, she still sticks with portion controlled diet that involves eating any foods she wants but in moderate amounts only to keep her weight at a normal range and to stay in shape as well. Rachel McAdams’s diet likewise includes the balanced diet that means eating fruits, vegetables, whole wheat, and lean meats as well.
She also shares her secrets one of her effective secrets included in her diet.
She says, “I drink maple syrup.” “Then I’m hyper so I just run around like crazy and work it all off.”
The intake of maple syrup is said to be part of the master cleanse diet that involves drinking 6 to 12 glasses of lemon juice, , maple syrup, cayenne pepper, and water combination good for 10 days. This obviously helps in cleansing the body so the entire system especially the digestive system works at its best.
For Rachel McAdams’ exercise routine, she tries her best to include fun activities in her routine to add fun and variety. She enjoys rock climbing, swimming, cycling, rollerblading and doing Pilates and works out together with her personal trainer Jerry Owen.
Rachel particularly does the Kundalini yoga every morning usually 4:30 AM even when she’s on set. This kind of yoga is considered to be one of the most spiritual types of yoga since it goes beyond the physical poses that are very physically intense. Furthermore, it concentrates on the proper breathing, meditation and chanting. “I can’t live with it. I feel I’m not living in the world,” she claims.
When she did the movie “Red Eye”, Rachel McAdams’ exercise includes some light weight training which helps in building and toning up the muscles in the different parts of her body.