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Now that Meghan Markle is officially part of the British royal family, she does not talk much about personal matters, but that does not mean that the details about their health and fitness preferences are a palace mystery. Not only did she give interviews as an actress, she also ran a lifestyle blog The Tig in which she has published all sorts of tips on healthy living, and luckily, the Internet contains a documentary about everything she ever did Here are some advices that we want to bet that she is still alive.
Eat mostly healthy.
According to reports, Markle cooks for herself and Prince Harry every day, and she is likely to prepare healthy meals: Before she became queen, Markle faced what she normally eats in one day. The Occasional Diet – She completed gluten-free and vegan stints during filming suits – but said she would not give up treats like wine and French fries. Based on previous interviews, their diets include mostly healthy picks like roast chicken, green juice and almonds. She even seems to keep it traveling. Before she disabled her Instagram, she posted tons of healthy food from her travels. (We have the receipts.)
2. Do not avoid low-impact training.
Markle's go-to training is not plyo-heavy. She is big in yoga – a funny fact, her mother is a teacher – and recently admitted that she longed for a session. In the royal wedding preparation period, Markle relies on a blend of yoga, meditation and Pilates to keep her stress levels low.
For the protocol, low impact does not mean it's too low. Markle has declared her love for the Lagree method, a Megaformer-class Pilates class that burns large calories while developing muscle tone, strength and balance. (FYI, when it comes to the training style, she loves a white sneaker.)
3. Take social media breaks as needed.
Markle may no longer have social media accounts, but it would likely have had some limitations if she had used [Social Media] . Speaking to volunteers on a mental health project, she exposed the pitfalls of social media, according to The Daily Mail . "Your judgment about your self-esteem is really distorted when everything is based on preference," she said. We could not agree anymore.
. 4 Do not cut your skin care in half.
The "Markle sparkle" may have something to do with the Duchess' passion for skincare. In addition to eating healthily to promote her skin, she needs some important products. She has shouted out budget-friendly products such as tea tree oil for travel outbursts as well as some of the more expensive products like Kate Somerville's Quench Hydrating Face Serum. (Here is everything that Markle uses for glowing skin.) She's also not afraid to try some crazy skin treatments, including the buccal facial treatment with face musician Nichola Joss, who is doing a massage with her inner mouth to cover her face. " molds "and stimulate collagen production.
. 5 Self-love needs effort.
At The Tig Markle wrote several articles on the importance of cultivating self-love. In an article titled "Birthday Suit" from 2014, she wrote about taking over the mantra "I'm Enough" after a casting director assured her she should not try to change. She also wrote a Valentine's Day for your Valentine's Day and another with a list of self-care rules with advice on how to "eat out" and "buy flowers". Although she may have married the kings, she was not all in need before. (Prince Harry is a feminist, so everything counts together.)