Ever wondered what makes Emma Roberts, the lead lady from Valentine’s Day (2010) and FX horror anthology series American Horror Story, perfect? Well, the singer turned actress lets all her diet plan out in an exclusive interview to ‘Shape’ December edition, shattering all preconceived notions of stars having a confined meal habits. While some of them stick to a pre-planned and punctilious diet plans carefully carved out as per the next project, some actors have a relatively precise diet that adds flavors to all kinds of roles they have to perform. Emma Roberts, who gained familiarity with her toned down acting in Garry Marshal’s romantic comedy ‘Valentine’s Day’ as Edison’s babysitter Grace Smart, She later got famous for her FOX horror-comedy series Scream Queens (2015-16).
In the latest edition of ‘Shape’, Emma Roberts shares her ordeal with fitness frenzy co-stars and which propels her to have a restrictive diet plan. To answer, according to her, for a flexible diet is the consumption related to the time spent on fitness. She has absolutely no hesitation on eating a cupcake or a grilled chicken sliders provided she drains herself out at the gym. "With my diet, I do what feels good for me at the time," she told the magazine. "I try not to say that I won't eat something. Instead, I stay in tune with my body and my mind, and I think, what do I feel like eating?" she feels gratified at the end of the day with her choice.
Lifestyle is what you make of it. Sometimes that can become a vague reality of one’s self but to stars, every judgment of lifestyle is meaningful. For her, balance is the key to be healthy coupled with physical activities, mental breaks and lots of sleep. Here are the five most surprising habits of Emma Roberts which tells a lot about her personality –
Diet – Emma is not a fantasy rider and hence consumers and takes her meals seriously. Her day starts off with a juice, sometimes to her favorite Moon Juice’s Spirit Dust and an iced coffee. "If I have a day off, I'll have eggs and bacon and toast. I adore classic breakfast foods. For lunch, I'll do a chopped salad with avocado, chicken, and tomatoes. Dinner is a turkey burger or salmon with teriyaki or ponzu sauce, and brown rice with broccoli," she described. "I need snacks, particularly when I'm working. Lately, I've become obsessed with seaweed. And chips and guacamole make me so happy! I also love cupcakes, ice cream, and Sidecar Doughnuts." That is a healthy choice, Emma.
Work Out – work out is as much as important as the diet you have stuck too. Sometimes, a little loose diet may require an extra push in the workout and hence Emma keeps track of her diet and workout at all times. She typically works out thrice in a week and according to her, it is not that intense compared to some of her co-stars. "I work with a trainer, Andrea Orbeck because I need to get my cardio. Our sessions are an hour, focusing mostly on arms, abs, and ass—the all-important three As," she explains. Emma also gives importance to Yoga important for mental balance at all times.
Skin Care – because of the demand for the screen, skin gets left out courtesy to work-related make-up. Sometimes, it can churn out the skin so much and Emma won’t let her skin get swayed. As per her, "Because I wear so much makeup when I'm working, taking care of my skin is really important to me," she shared. "I love the brand Osea—especially their Atmosphere Protection Cream and their eye and lip balms. And I use the Joanna Vargas Vitamin C Face Wash."
Mental Health – it is important to break jinx when it comes to working pressure and Emma keeps track of it at all times. She has cabinets filled with books and she loves to read while eating. A good reader is what makes a good person, she exclaims adding, "Reading is my form of self-care and meditation. I set aside at least 20 minutes a day for it,".
The phone is not her best friend – In the 21st-century frenzied world, Phones have outdated dogs to become human’s best friend but Emma has not that much a flare for her phone as she often leaves her phone at home while working. "It gives my brain room to breathe, and it feels really good," she said in an interview with ‘Shape’.