Celebrity Food Diaries: See What the Stars Eat in a Day
KIM KARDASHIAN WEST
The reality star has been sticking to a strict diet since the birth of her son, Saint West — and all without making her taste buds compromise one bit. Her daily eats consist of yummy dishes like grilled chicken with cauliflower mac and cheese and healthy pasta substitutes like zucchini noodles.
TRACEE ELLIS ROSS
The black-ish actress fills up with whole foods — particularly seasonal produce from her local farmers market. Protein is also a priority for Ross, who eats hard-boiled eggs with quinoa for breakfast and broiled steak with arugula for dinner. And if there's any actress whose hydration game you should aspire to, it's hers: Ross downs four liters of water per day.
The Saved by the Bell alum makes sure to get her veggies in for each meal of the day, downing avocado toast, oven-roasted tomatoes and salad. “I try to use a balance of the 80/20 percent," Thiessen tells PEOPLE. "Where 80 percent of the time I’m eating very well, and 20 percent of the time I’m a little more adventurous.
Juice and yogurt jumpstart her day but for lunch, the singer dines on three slices of smoked turkey breast and a nice amount of veggies. She stays away from snacks after the sun goes down and when it's up, her indulgences remain on the healthy side: fruits like pineapples and blueberries.
The tough-talking Million Dollar Matchmaker is just as serious about her diet as she is her clients. “I’m all about low-fat, high-protein, gluten-free foods,” she says. She starts her day off with two egg whites accompanied by one large pancake topped with strawberries, blueberries and sugar-free syrup. The rest of her day includes lots of protein like pork jerky and homemade chicken chili.
The Dancing with the Stars pro keeps a more watchful eye on her dancer's diet when she isn't on her feet for eight hours a day for the show. She gets her veggies in during each and every meal and consumes the most protein during dinner, with a turkey burger and sweet potato fries.
VIVICA A. FOX
No strict dieting for this RHONY cast member! Though she eats clean when around her vegan chef boyfriend, Adam Kenworthy, she's still a girl from New York City who loves to grab street meat from the hot dog carts in the Big Apple for lunch — with mustard and sauerkraut, of course.
It's easy to have a delicious food lineup when you're a chef and the co-host of ABC's The Chew. Hall is constantly nibbling on meals during the show—for breakfast it's a rack of lamb after her oatmeal and for lunch it's root vegetable gratin, glazed ham and buttermilk pie.
The singer lunches on mahi mahi with spinach salad and then eats grilled salmon with more veggies at dinner for a double dose of seafood. Before, “I didn’t exercise or take care of myself and my body the way I needed to,” she tells PEOPLE. “I just woke up one day and decided to live my best life, so what you see is the new me!”