David Gandy steers clear of packaged and processed foods and reveals his top tips for a beautiful body.
David Gandy avoids ''processed'' food to stay ripped.
The Dolce & Gabanna model has revealed his top tip for a hot body is ''everything in moderation'' but has urged his fans ''stay away from processed foods, processed meats or packaged foods'' like white bread, pastas, high saturated fats and high sugars.
David shared: ''Health starts in the kitchen. It is all about what you put into your body. I really, really do avoid processed anything.
''Stay away from processed foods, processed meats or packaged foods. Also stay away from white bread, pastas, high saturated fats and high sugars.''
And Gandy, 35, says getting the perfect abs and defined muscle mass is all about ''repetition''.
Speaking to News.com.au, he added: ''If you want to do the plank do it but your abs don't just get into shape with crunches. Light weights and body weights are the things to do in repetition. Do ten of each and a stop for 45 seconds and just keep going. It's all about repetition.''
has given his top social media tips to protect your brand as a model and his best advice is to keep your private life off the web.
He said: ''You cannot be seen in the wrong places or with the wrong people as everyone is now paparazzi at the end of the day. One wrong image can ruin your whole brand.
''I put up the things on social media I am working on but I am very protective about my private life. I reply to people who support you and are loyal to you but I am very reticent to expose too much of my 'other' life.''
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