Here’s What Kelly Ripa Typically Eats In A Day

Here’s What Kelly Ripa Typically Eats In A Day

July 25, 2019 100 By William Morgan


Even if you’ve taken up residence under a
rock, you know that Kelly Ripa is in incredible
shape.
Ripa’s trainer, Anna Kaiser, told Shape that
the Live with Kelly and Ryan co-host “works
out four to five days per week for 90 minutes
per session.”
But looking this buff involves more than just
exercise.
Here’s what Ripa typically eats in a day.
“chocolate covered larve, here it goes
“A beautiful cappuccino”
As a morning talk show host, it may go without
saying that Ripa loves her caffeine.
She told Bon Appétit that every morning after
she wakes up at 6:30, her husband, Mark Consuelos,
makes her “a beautiful cappuccino with half-and-half.”
Ripa then heads to the kitchen to prepare
her kids’ breakfasts, but she told the mag,
“I never eat breakfast until after the show.
I can’t seem to focus my mind if my stomach
is digesting.
I find that if I eat beforehand, I’m just
making digesting sounds.”
“Is coffee that good? yes. Is it really?”
Finally, some breakfast
If you watch Live with Kelly and Ryan, you’ll
typically see Ripa with big mug — and it’s
full of more liquid fuel.
She told Bon Appetit,
“At the host chat desk, I’ll have a triple
shot skim latte.”
After the show wraps up, Ripa finally has
her breakfast, which is usually yogurt and
granola.
But on weekends, she changes it up, telling
the mag,
“On Sunday, it’s a full hot breakfast.
[…] And everybody enjoys my scrambled eggs,
because I put cream in the eggs and some cheese
in there.
They’re not fat free, but they’re delicious.”
Clean-eating fanatic
For the most part, Ripa sticks to a very clean
diet.
She told Shape she loves Fage Greek yogurt
with fresh blueberries or pistachios, and
says,
“I also like to make my own lavender honey.
Just get dried lavender, put it in honey and
let it sit.
It becomes lavender infused.
So you get salty, sweet, and a little tang.
It’s very good.
It’s my dessert, my breakfast, everything!”
Ripa is also a believer in always having fresh
produce at home, for snacks, and follows a
similar clean-eating plan for dinner.
She explained,
“If I’m having a sliced chicken breast, I’d
put it on a bed of simple sautéed spinach
with a little bit of lemon and olive oil.”
All about those snacks
Ripa’s greatest weakness isn’t candy, it’s
Pepperidge Farm goldfish crackers.
She told Shape,
“It’s a wonderful snack that I’m addicted
to.”
But she tries her best to keep her snacking
healthy.
In her Live with Kelly and Ryan dressing room
she keeps a variety of so-called “clean” goodies
on hand, telling Bon Appetit,
“I have flaxseed snacks.
[…] I have Think Thin peanut butter protein
bars.
I don’t think they have sugar in them.
They have a lot of protein.
I don’t know if they’re any good for me.
But I like the taste of them.”
I would cut somebody for that
Jumping on the juice trend
With some encouragement from co-host, Ryan
Seacrest, Ripa decided to try the iZO Superfood
Cleanse, which People magazine says is essentially
a juice cleanse with the addition of “superfood
powders,” like algae and seaweed.
Not one for juice cleanses, Ripa said she’d
give it a shot after witnessing Seacrest’s
success.
Two short days later and she joked to the
audience:
“It really makes your system, it really goes
into overdrive.
I know people are having breakfast, but a
lot is happening.
I could go at any time.”