Kate Middleton, a mother of three, is slim and fit. Experts previously guessed her to fit a size six. One of her most enviable traits is her washboard stomach. How does she achieve it?
Kate Middleton’s flat stomach techniques
The Duchess of Cambridge is a keen runner. In fact, while at St Andrew’s university she took part in a daily morning running club.
The Daily Mail quote an insider who said Kate runs as often as possible “sometimes with Charlotte in her buggy and their dog Lupo at her side.”
She also enjoys hockey, a sport demanding a high level of cardiovascular fitness.
Running is the exercise credited with burning the most calories. Burning calories is key for keeping body fat low, especially in the stomach area.
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A healthy diet
The Duchess enjoys a healthy diet full of a variety of nutritious foods.
She has a green smoothie in the morning, with kale, spinach, romaine, coriander, blueberries, spirulina and matcha.
Kate likes a salad for lunch, with seeds from watermelons, ceviche, which is raw fish, goji berries and tabbouleh, according to the Daily Mail.
For dinner she enjoys curries and roast chicken.
According to report Kate can hold each position for 45 second and she does this at least 10 times each.
In other weight loss news, a diet plan has been lauded as the “gold standard” by scientists.
The findings, from Northwestern University in the US, claim a diet plan called Opt-IN provides a very high standard of weight loss given it low cost, low hassle approach.
Senior study author Bonnie Spring, director of the Institute for Public Health and Medicine’s Center for Behavior and Health at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine said: “This matches the gold standard, so it’s as good as it gets.”