Kate may eat nutritious daily breakfast to maintain slim figure – costs £2.30 at Tesco


    How does Princess Kate Middleton stay so slim, even after three children and always being on the go? A spokesperson from BarBend, an online platform for strength sports news, training, and nutrition, dived into her diet. 

    It also supports weight control, as explained in a study published in the journal Appetite. 

    Porridge leaves people feeling satiated and less likely to reach for snacks later in the day. Quaker Jumbo Rolled Porridge Oats 1Kg is available at Tesco for £2.30.

    For those who want to try this slimming breakfast, Health recommended sprucing it up with a dash of maple syrup, anti-inflammatory cinnamon, fruit, nuts or seeds.

    Chef Raghu Deora was tasked with cooking for Kate and William when they stayed at the Royal Taj Mahal palace in 2016.


    “The World Health Organisation recommends eating one to two portions of oily fish a week, so sushi may be a delicious way to help reach these targets,” reported BBC Good Food.

    For those who want to emulate Kate’s diet, Weight Loss Resources suggested that a plant-based diet is a great way to lose weight.

    It referenced a study published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition, which found that you could potentially lose twice as much weight following a vegetarian diet.

    Additionally, a vegetarian diet can lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and the risk of developing type two diabetes.

    As for her evening meal, Kate might enjoy something like roast chicken, which is Prince William’s favourite dinner.

    The Princess frequently enjoys cooking with their children, making pizza, pasta and baking cakes, claimed BarBend.

    The Princess once revealed an indulgent meal that she likes to cook with her children.

    On a visit to the Lavender Primary School, Kate stated that she is partial to a cheesy pasta cooked by none other than Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

    Matthew Kleiner-Mann, chief executive of the Ivy Learning Trust stated: “She was telling us how much her children love cooking and how they cook for her.

    “They made cheesy pasta the other day. One stirs the flour, one puts the milk and butter in. And they make salads and stuff.”

    During a discussion on how food can affect the body and mind, Kate pointed out the “amazing” connection between physical and mental well-being.


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