Celine Dion’s Diet and Exercise Routine
Canadian diva Celine Dion is undeniably one of the most sought-after and highly renowned international singers across the globe. Her silken voice has sold over 200 million albums worldwide with hits that have become the anthem of many individuals, such as “Because You Love Me”, “All By Myself”, “Falling into You”, “River Deep, Mountain High” and “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now” to name a few. Not only does this 5 foot 7, brown eyed songstress possess heartbreaking pipes, she is also a staunch supporter of healthy living.
“I was thin my whole life and a few weeks after the birth of Rene my weight went back to a normal level. Without any sport, without any diet,” she shares.
Celine Dion’s diet only involves watching the portion sizes of what she eats. Otherwise known as portion control, this kind of healthy eating habit allows the dieter like Celine to eat whatever she wants as long as the servings are kept in moderate amounts.
With this, she is able to feel the freedom of eating whatever she desires and still lose weight. However, Celine Dion’s diet still needs to be monitored to ensure that she does healthy choices.
For Celine Dion’s exercise, she doesn’t work out at any gym but only loves playing golf.
This kind of activity is actually considered a good form of cardiovascular exercise that’s obviously good for the heart. It helps in lowering down the cholesterol level, speeds up the person’s metabolic process, thus effective in losing weight.
It is said that a round of golf can actually burn as much as 300 calories in a person weight 150 pounds who plays gold for an hour while carrying his or her clubs. But if the person prefers to ride the cart, it can burn only 230 calories.
At the same time, Celine Dion’s exercise is also a great weight bearing exercise helpful for the bones. Doing weight bearing exercises for at least 2 to 3 times a week can effectively help the person achieve long, lean muscle mass that helps in supporting the strong skeleton. It can also help in prevent the degeneration of bones especially osteoporosis.
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