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What does the ever fit Milind Soman eat in a day? Full diet revealed

Supermodel and actor, Milind Soman is one of the fittest stars in the showbiz industry. The fitness freak often ...
What does the ever fit Milind Soman eat in a day? Full diet revealed

Supermodel and actor, Milind Soman is one of the fittest stars in the showbiz industry. The fitness freak often gives a sneak peek into his diet and fitness regime via posts on his Instagram. Now, in his latest post, Milind has obliged to requests made by his ardent fans and penned down what he eats in a day. Milind Soman's morning and night-time routine somewhat look like this: "Wake up, drink approx 500ml room temp water", "Before sleeping some turmeric in hot water, sweetened with jaggery." His breakfast choices comprise just fruits and nuts, no surprises there: "Around 10am. Some nuts, one papaya, one melon, any seasonal fruit like mangoes, about four." There's a condition for Milind Soman to have desserts: "If I eat dessert, it is mostly sweetened with jaggery." Milind Soman had tested positive for COVID-19 in March. Talking about his quarantine diet, Milind said: "No change during quarantine. Only addition was kadha 4 times a day."

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The 55-year-old actor shared a shirtless photo of himself wherein he can be seen holding a plate of his rich breakfast. Milind said he kicks off his day by drinking 500 ml water. Next, he takes his breakfast at 10 am which includes nuts, papaya, melon, and any seasonal fruit. He also revealed the one important addition he made to his diet routine when he was COVID-19 positive was- kadha. The Paurashpur star wrote, “Wake up, drink approx 500ml room temp water. Breakfast - around 10 am. Some nuts, one papaya, one melon, any seasonal fruit like mangoes, about four. Lunch - around 2 pm. usually rice and dal khichadi with local and seasonal vegetables, ratio one part dal/rice and 2 parts vegetables. With two teaspoons of homemade ghee. Sometimes, if not rice, 6 chapatis with vegetables and dal. Very rarely, like once a month, a small piece of chicken/mutton or an egg. 5 pm - sometimes, one cup of black tea, sweetened with jaggery. Dinner - around 7 pm. A plate of vegetables/bhaji. If very hungry, some khichadi. No non-vegetarian.” Milind Soman is currently living with wife Ankita Konwar at a farmhouse

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