Pia Wurtzbach, the third Miss Universe from the Philippines, has just passed her crown to Iris Mittenaere of France in the pageant night held at Manila, Philippines today, Jan. 29. According to some experts, Pia served as one of the most active women who won the world’s most coveted beauty title. Nevertheless, how she has kept her good physique is something she worked really hard for.
Many might wonder: What does Pia Wurtzbach eat when she was still Miss Universe? Her answer: A 1,750-calorie meal which emphasizes the importance of protein. Wurtzbach said that she enjoyed foods that kept her energy levels stable. She further stated that she “might crash” at some point during the day had she not eaten properly. Admittedly, she indulges with two small scoops of low-fat chocolate caramel ice cream once in a while, but she religiously follows a diet which focuses on eating lean and fresh foods.
According to GMA News Online, the former Miss U gave a supplemental health tip. For those who want to mold themselves into Wurtzbach’s shape, they should avoid low-fat food options. This, according to Pia, contains hidden sugar.
She keeps herself hydrated with 8 glasses of water. For breakfast, she drinks coffee with a splash of cream. She also eats 1 ½ cup of Greek yogurt with three diced strawberries, one tablespoon each of honey and mango, and a handful of blueberries.
For lunch, she prefers grilled-chicken Caesar salad with minimal croutons. This comes with diced tomatoes and 2 tablespoons of dressing. Finally, she also adds one-third of parmesan cheese. For dinner, she eats oven-roasted salmon with one-half tablespoon olive oil and garlic. She also eats one cup of spinach topped with Feta, one cup of steamed broccoli with fresh lemon juice, olive oil and garlic.
Philstar also reported that aside from a great diet plan, Wurtzbach also attributed her good health to clean living. A few weeks before her turnover, she underwent HIV testing. Recently, it has been reported that Canadian scientists are working on a vaccine which might cure HIV. This is also one of Wurtbach’s advocacies during her reign.