We know this might be hard to believe, but Halle Berry is 51 years old.
The stunning actress isn’t just genetically blessed but is dedicated to health and fitness too.
She is die-hard fan of the popular ketogenic diet, a low carb diet, where the body produces ketones in the liver to be used as energy.
Giving us an insight into her exact diet, Halle graciously shares with us mere mortals her favorite ‘keto-friendly’ meals and recipes with her 2.7 million Instagram followers.
Many of her recipes are from Quick & Easy Ketogenic Cooking by Maria Emmerich, her go-to cookbook that you can pick up for €41.99 at Eason.
Avid followers of Halle, the guys at My Domaine have tracked her Insta-stories over the course of many weeks and guessed the exact ingredients based on her photos.
Read on for a pretty good analysis of what Halle Berry eats on the keto diet…
Halle has only shared one breakfast recipe, a “purium greens and beets” smoothie, which is most likely made with Purium’s Scoop of Greens supplement – which the brand describes as a “valuable aid for anyone looking to maintain healthy blood glucose levels naturally.”
The thinking is that she usually skips brekkie as she’s a fan of intermittent fasting, which is a common supplement to the keto diet and can apparently “accelerate the results”.
Mixed greens, spiralized zucchini noodles, tomatoes, and hard-boiled eggs without the yolk.
A recipe from the Quick & Easy Ketogenic Cooking cookbook this contains canned tuna or salmon, mayonnaise, fresh chives, sea salt, cherry tomatoes, and large Boston lettuce leaves.
A bunless burger featuring ground beef or turkey, cheese, pickles, and lettuce.
A keto-friendly bolognese sauce from Headbanger’s Kitchen is served with asmall portion of green beans.
A simple combo of guacamole, steak, and a salad of mixed greens, radishes, peppers, and cucumbers.
This vegetarian keto club salad recipe is from Ruled.Me. It combines hardboiled egg, tomatoes, cucumbers, cubed cheddar cheese, and romaine lettuce, and is finished with a dressing of sour cream, mayonnaise, garlic powder, onion powder, dried parsley, and milk.
Another Quick & Easy Ketogenic Cooking recipe, the char here is cooked in coconut oil along with finely chopped onions and topped with an olive salsa.
A Ruled.Me recipe, this instant pot white chicken chili contains boneless, skinless chicken thighs, onion, canned diced green chilies, salt, cumin, oregano, black pepper, butter, frozen cauliflower, chicken broth, sour cream, and heavy whipping cream.
Ruled.Me was the go-to source again for these egetarian loaded zucchini skins. The roasted zucchini boats are filled with pepper jack cheese, cheddar cheese, sour cream, chopped chives, and mushrooms cooked with olive oil, smoked paprika, salt, and Worcestershire sauce.
These simple roll-ups from Ketogenic Cooking contain just prosciutto, arugula, tomatoes, hard-boiled eggs, and green goddess dressing.
Another easy snack, these combine grape tomatoes, and cream cheese, green onions, fresh basil, sea salt, and lemon juice for the filling.