Model and reality TV show host Malaika Arora has made fans out of millions of Indians, all thanks to her fitness videos and inspirational fitness posts. The beauty, who is currently a judge on India's Got Talent and has previously judged India's Next Top Model, frequently makes headlines for her intense workout videos, which she often posts on her Instagram page. Malaika Arora has arguably one of the most enviable physiques in the film industry, and the diva looks stunning in everything from sarees to evening gowns and even sports or gym wear. Malaika Arora has the ability to make heads turn every time she steps out of her house and millions of people around the world are fans of her impeccable sartorial sense. But the kind of confidence that Malaika Arora exudes doesn't come easy.
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Needless to say, Malaika Arora has a very strict diet and fitness regime, as is evident from her super toned body. The 45-year-old diva does yoga and Pilates and she had revealed in an interview that she starts her day with a headstand, after which she drinks a glass of warm water with lemon and honey in it to kick-start her metabolism. Recently, we got a peak into what the beauty eats on sets, in order to stay fit and her meal is inspiration enough for us to eat healthy during the holidays. Malaika Arora posted some pictures of a vegan and gluten-free dates and figs Christmas pudding as well as some homemade bhakri with chutney.
Take a look at Malaika Arora's super healthy on-shoot meals:
Dates and figs cake for Malaika Arora.
Homemade Bhakri for Malaika Arora.
Looks like there are no cheat days for Malaika Arora! Figs and dates are both naturally sweet and are rich in fibre. They may help in boosting energy in the body, while satiating your sweet tooth, without sending you on a guilt trip. Bhakri is a flatbread consumed in several different states of India and may be prepared from various different types of gluten-free flours like those made from pearl millets (bhakra), sorgum (jowar), finger millets (ragi) and rice flour.
These gluten-free flours can be great alternatives to wheat or processed flours and being made from whole grains, these are nutritionally rich and full of satiating fibre. Inspired to start eating clean and healthy yet? We know we are!