If you were faced with the prospect of donning an unforgiving, figure-hugging Catwoman suit on the big screen, you might think about tightening up your eating habits.
That’s exactly what actress Anne Hathaway did, who rocks a slim and toned physique in the new Batman film, “The Dark Knight Rises,” which premiers this Friday. To get in meow-worthy shape, Hathaway teamed up with nutrition coach Jackie Keller and her team at Nutrifit. Together, they developed a plan to help the already-slim star look leaner and more toned.
“Anne came to us as a vegetarian who skewed towards vegan—besides meat, she doesn’t eat cheese, eggs or fish,” says Keller. “So we engineered a diet that would get her to her goal without affecting her eating preferences.”
But this was no celebrity starvation diet just so Hathaway could slip on the slinky suit. Instead, the eating plan focused on healthy, anti-inflammatory foods—namely, foods high in antioxidants, which help fight inflammation and free radicals in our system.
Reducing inflammation in your body can not only help keep you healthy, but can also give you a beauty boost. “Many anti-inflammatory foods contain healthy fats that contribute to your skin’s natural oil barriers,” says Keller. “If you don’t have enough of those fats, the skin can produce a more irritating form of oil and wreak havoc on your otherwise glowing face.”
Interested in trying out Hathaway’s healthy eating regimen? Here’s an easy guide to Keller’s anti-inflammatory plan.
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