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Chicken with peanut butter, goji berries and red wine: Model Steph Claire Smith shares the daily diet behind her flawless physique

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 8/20/2018 Sophie Haslett

a woman sitting at a beach: Steph Claire Smith (pictured) takes a well-rounded and sane approach to diet and exercise © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Steph Claire Smith (pictured) takes a well-rounded and sane approach to diet and exercise Australian model and fitness star Steph Claire Smith is known for her stunning good looks and enviable physique.

The personal trainer is also one half of the Keep It Cleaner program - a lifestyle program dedicated to healthy living.

The 23-year-old Instagram star takes a well-rounded and sane approach to diet and exercise and believes in the benefits of looking after herself well. 

From peanut butter chicken to goji berries and the occasional glass of red wine, here FEMAIL takes a look at Steph's day on a plate.

a woman smiling for the camera: The 23-year-old glows with good health - clearly the result clearly the result of embracing a life that's balanced

The 23-year-old glows with good health - clearly the result clearly the result of embracing a life that's balanced
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Given Steph and her best friend Laura Henshaw run a program dedicated to all things healthy, it should come as no surprise that a clean start to the day is a must.

On waking, usually around 7.30am, the model will drink water first thing to hydrate her body and follow this with a cup of English Breakfast tea - with a dash of milk.

Breakfast, an hour later, is the cornerstone of Steph's day - and one she ensures is packed with protein and nutrients.

Speaking to Elle, Steph said her go-to meal is a combination of Bob's Red Mill Organic Creamy Buckwheat Hot Cereal with dark roasted peanut butter, cacao nibs, blueberries and Meredith Dairy Natural Pot Set Goat Milk Yoghurt.

'It keeps my tummy happy and my brain and body energised. I'll change it up by having a BOOST Gym Junkie smoothie some days, which you can make from scratch on the KIC menu,' she told the publication.

The personal trainer said although she's incredibly active (she is a big fan of strength training) her healthy breakfast always keeps her going till lunch.

Her midday meal, usually at 12.30pm, is a much-loved favourite, and generally consists of smashed avocado on gluten-free toast, with poached eggs, goats cheese, chilli, seeds and spinach.

In keeping with Steph's healthy approach to fueling her body, a mid-afternoon snack is a daily occurence.

She said she will have either a green smoothie or an apple that's been chopped up and spread with peanut butter.

The fitness enthusiast also outlined the importance of cooking at home in order to ensure her meals were both fresh and packed with goodness.

'It changes every night but I cook probably five to seven nights of the week,' she said. 

Steph revealed her favourite meal to cook is a spicy roast chicken with roasted vegetables.

Steph Claire Smith's day on a plate: 

a woman sitting on a table: Lunch generally consists of smashed avocado on gluten-free toast, with poached eggs, goats cheese, chili, seeds and spinach © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Lunch generally consists of smashed avocado on gluten-free toast, with poached eggs, goats cheese, chili, seeds and spinach a woman holding a plate of food: Steph's breakfast is a combination of buckwheat hot cereal with dark roasted peanut butter, cacao nibs, blueberries and yoghurt © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Steph's breakfast is a combination of buckwheat hot cereal with dark roasted peanut butter, cacao nibs, blueberries and yoghurt Breakfast: This is a combination of Bob's Red Mill Organic Creamy Buckwheat Hot Cereal with dark roasted peanut butter, cacao nibs, blueberries and Meredith Dairy Natural Pot Set Goat Milk Yoghurt

Lunch: This meal consists of smashed avocado on gluten-free toast, with poached eggs, goats cheese, chili, seeds and spinach

Afternoon snack: Either a green smoothie or an apple that's been chopped up and spread with peanut butter

Dinner: Spicy roast chicken with roasted vegetables

Dessert: One or two squares of  Morlife Dark Chocolate Goji Berries

'Although, there's a new chicken dish on KIC that I absolutely love - sticky chicken made with peanut butter, served with garlic broccoli. It's the bomb,' she said.

Dessert is also part of the model's daily meal plan and a square or two of Morlife Dark Chocolate Goji Berries usually helps Steph satisfy sugar her cravings.

And on occasion, she revealed, she will have a glass of red wine - preferably a delicious cabernet sauvignon.

Steph, along with her business partner Laura, believes a practical approach to health and fitness is the most effective.

In a previous blog post on KIC, the duo shared a few key insights, including why counting calories don't work, nor does only eating food labelled fat-free.

'This may go against everything you’ve been taught, but it's time to stop counting calories and count nutrients instead,' the post reads.

'If you eat fresh fruit and veg, lean meats and other nutrient-dense foods, you'll be fuller for longer and will help maintain stable blood glucose levels.'

The fitness stars explained that products with these labels can be loaded with sugars and chemicals to replace the flavour it's losing from the fat that is no longer in it.

They also said that because the fat has been removed you won't be feeling full after consuming.

Eating healthy, full-fat foods means you will be left feeling fuller for longer and less likely to binge or crave unhealthy foods later on.      

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