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10 celebrity diet staples

Men's Fitness Logo By AMI of Men's Fitness | Slide 1 of 12: <p>The singer and actor was diagnosed with type-1 juvenile diabetes when he was 13, so he's always been hyper-aware of making healthy choices. To bulk up for Kingdom (a series about a family of MMA fighters), though, he upped his diet from 3,000-4,200 calories a day. After getting blood test results via his nutritionist, Jonas knows a plant-based diet works well for him. He even uses vegan protein powder in his post-workout shakes, and adds berries and almond milk. </p><p><a href="https://www.mensfitness.com/nutrition/supplements/best-ready-drink-protein-beverages-you-can-buy">The best ready-to-drink protein beverages you can buy, ranked >>></a></p>

Pre-workout, Gyllenhaal grabs a banana, espresso, dried fruit, and nuts to fuel his body and prevent fatigue.The 8 absolute worst foods you can eat >>>

You see them on the big screen, on billboards, and on magazine covers. Hollywood's leading men (well, most of them) and top athletes have one thing in common: They have their fitness in line.

Washboard abs are practically a requirement to snag major roles, not to mention the public's attention. You may not care to look at them, but it wouldn't be so bad to look like them. How do male celebrities manage to stay in such great shape? Their diet go-tos might surprise you. But be aware: no wacky shakes or quirky supplements will be found here.

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