Jenna Dewan Tatum took to Instagram to share a Halloween throwback photo with her daughter, Everly. Channing Tatum’s wife, who loves staying in shape, was dressed as a unicorn in a purple onesie.
Everly, too, enjoyed Halloween, and she resembled a cute lady bug.
Jenna Dewan Tatum’s Healthy Halloween Diet
Tatum has been a vegan since she was 10. She did try to turn hubby Channing Tatum into a vegan too. During an interview with Women’s Health, she says, “He really did try to be vegan for six months. The guy doesn’t like vegetables, which makes it tough.” Let’s look at her daily diet plan:
Breakfast: Her refreshing breakfast includes a green smoothie made of spinach, kale, lemon, apple, banana, sometimes pear, a little cod liver oil, and black sesame seeds blended with water. She says it perks up her energy levels and leaves her with a radiant skin and hair.
Lunch: She likes to eat Lebanese food, of which Tabouli is her favorite. It is a salad made of tomatoes, finely chopped parsley, mint, onion, and seasoned with olive oil, lemon juice, and salt. “I like to make things that will keep for a couple of days, and I can just grab and go,” she shares with the magazine.
Dinner: For dinner, she eats a cup of brown rice and black beans with roasted veggies, including carrots, purple potatoes, butternut squash, asparagus, and zucchini. She dresses it with tahini sauce or olive oil, salt, and pepper.
Jenna Dewan Tatum’s Workouts
Being a mother of a 3-year-old and occupied with busy schedule, she finds it hard to take out time for herself. But she ensures that she remains in her best shape at any cost. She says working out is good for the mind, body, and soul.
She also makes sure her workouts are interesting or the ones that she wants to do; otherwise, she makes excuses for not working out. Her workouts include a combination of hiking with her dogs, spin classes, and hot yoga.
She also loves 45-minute power workouts, which she says give her long-lasting energy to complete her daily chores for the day, including picking up Everly from school. If time permits, she even goes to a dance class. She loves working with Jennifer Johnson, and for the first 15 minutes, she does nonstop dance cardio to three or four hip-hop tracks. She follows Johnson’s choreography or dances in a squat position.
Then she works to tone her muscles—band work with five-pound weights on ankles, followed by squats and lunges on a box. For abs, she uses planks or core gliders. Motivation is very important for working out, and Tatum says she needs someone to watch her workouts and give her an inspiration like a class or a trainer. Her vegan diet and desire to sweat out hard has blessed her with a chiseled shape, and she looks energetic as never before.
Baer, D., “HOW I EAT AND WORKOUT IN A DAY, BY JENNA DEWAN TATUM,” Womens Health Mag web site, September 12, 2016;