What your favorite male celebrities eat to stay camera-ready at all times.
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You see them on the big screen, on billboards, and on magazine covers. Hollywood's leading men (well, most of them) and top athletes have one thing in common: They've got their fitness in check. Washboard abs are practically a requirement to snag major roles, not to mention the public's attention. You may not care to look at them, but it wouldn't be so bad to look like them. How do male celebrities manage to stay in such great shape? Their diet go-tos might surprise you (hint: no wacky shakes or quirky supplements found here).
To keep his energy up, Beckham consumes a lot of complex carbs. His staples are orange cabbage, soybeans, cauliflower, and spinach. He steers clear of carbs with a high glycemic index, like white bread, white rice, and corn flakes.
Reynolds eats every two to three hours to keep his metabolism going strong, and also supplements with creatine. He starts his day off with two eggs, some form of healthy fat like a spoonful of almond butter or a slice of avocado, and rounds the meal out with one cup of oatmeal with applesauce.
When Jackman was getting jacked for Wolverine, he had to take in 6,000 calories per day and partake in intermittent fasting. His staple meal: two chicken breasts, steamed broccoli, beans, and maybe some carbs.
This former Disney Channel star eats more whole foods than anything else. One of his go-to breakfasts is a green smoothie with Greek yogurt, spinach, green pear, avocado, almond milk, and a little bit of lime.