IVANKA TRUMP, 37, works as an advisor to her father, US President Donald Trump. Outside of work, the mother of three goes to great lengths to keep fit. So what does she eat and follow a diet?
We are used to keeping Ivanka Trump on hand during presidential events with her father, Donald Trump, 73. As an advisor to the president, her role is primarily focused on women and families with her official biography on the White House website and reveals: “She focuses on the education and economic empowerment of women and their families, as well as creating jobs and economic growth through personnel development, skills training and entrepreneurship.” In addition to her career in the White House, Ivanka is also a mother of three – to Arabella, who turned eight today, Joseph, five and three-year-old Theodore – with her husband Jared Kushner.
The so-called First Daughter reportedly ate “as a teenager … three times a day carbohydrates usually in the form of pizza” before her diet.
Ivanka initially jumped on the juice cleansing, which she called a “total disaster,” and added, “For the eight hours I lasted, it felt like I was on the brink of hunger. For me it’s all about it making the right choices. “
After a failed journey with juice, Ivanka was eventually warmed to more nutritious food.
She said, “Slowly I really began to enjoy these healthier options, if not desire. Now healthy eating is the norm for me, especially during breakfast and lunch.”
So what is she eating now?
Ivanka avoids processed carbohydrates and instead focuses on complex carbohydrates such as whole grains and oats.
In an interview with Insider, she revealed that she is starting her day with lemon and water, which is credited for weight loss due to low calories.
According to Healthline.com, some evidence has shown that drinking low-calorie drinks with meals could reduce the total calories consumed during meals.
Ivanka likes to follow her lemon and water with a cup of coffee – which has also been proven to help her lose weight – and something that she described as ‘beautiful oatmeal’.
She said, “If they [the children] choose oatmeal, I pick all kinds of toppings – chia seeds, berries, flax seeds, goji berries, cinnamon, walnuts and almonds – and the children can” decorate “their oatmeal.”
Lunch and dinner would consist of healthy protein-based options such as salmon and chicken, or salad.
In addition to her diet, Ivanka regularly exercises and has been depicted on Jared several times with Jared.
To make sure she fits into her workout, Ivanka gets up at half past four.
When she spoke to My Morning Routine in an interview, she revealed: “I get up at 5:30 am and meditate or train – or both. I like to be completely ready for the day before my children get up so that my mornings are completely focused on them. “
She added, “Meditation is one of the most important things I do every day,” she told My Morning Routine. “I meditate for twenty minutes, ideally twice a day, sometimes I miss the afternoon session, but I always make it the morning, it has been invaluable in calming my mind and enabling me to think clearly.”
Both women have been noticed in designer outfits, and Ivanka said they had spent no less than £ 9,000 on outfits for the G20 summit in Japan last month.
But fans may be surprised to find out who came to the top.