What separates successful people from the unsuccessful ones is the ability to manage time, especially when it comes to health and fitness.

We all have the same 24 hours, but it's what you do in those 24 hours that matter.

Almost all of us sleep 8 hours every night, so that leaves us with 16 more hours in the day. In this article, we will give you five simpl habits that you could do to maximize your 16 hours so that you become healthier.

1. Candice Swanepoel

On diet: "[For breakfast], a spinach and feta omelet because I love eggs or the traditional ‘full English breakfast’ which I have grown up having in South Africa.

I drink a lot of smoothies mixing oils, collagen powder and anti-oxidant fruits which is great for my skin and I have very balanced diet.

I [also] reduce my salt and sodium intake like soy sauce for example.

On exercise: I like to change it up, I do yoga, swimming, boxing and I have just started paddle boarding but I think that Pilates is my favorite.

When I am in New York, I do an hour of resistance training with Justin Gelband, who has been my trainer for 9 years." she told Vogue

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2. Gwyneth Paltrow

On diet: For breakfast, Paltrow typically has a smoothie.

She revealed that her smoothie recipe includes almond milk, coconut oil, vanilla mushroom protein powder and Moon Juice dust.

"As for lunch, I have a pretty healthy lunch, with some protein and salad.

And for dinner, I have whatever I want," she said on her own Goop podcast,

"But I do always try to avoid highly processed foods and high-fructose corn syrup."

On exercise: it seems that Paltrow is quite a fan of a workout, for she does this almost every day.

"I like feeling good, and I know I feel my best when I exercise," she told Women's Health.

"You know, I'm a total die-hard Tracy Anderson fan," she told Shape.

I've seen all these fads come and go, and nothing works for me the way that Tracy's approach does, so I really stick with it. She's amazing."

3. Evangeline Lilly

On diet: Lilly is a type of women who would wait to feel hungry before eating (primarily known as intermittent fasting).

"I feel like my digestion becomes more efficient, my mind becomes clearer, my heart happier, exercise easier, and food tastes WAY better...especially the healthy stuff," Evangeline explained on Popsugar.

On exercise: I'm a fan of strength...I'm the gal that likes to compete with men in push-up contests," she told Popsugar.

"[It gives] me more definition, greater reach, increased agility, more fluid movement and sharper reflexes."

By the way, she's got a tip for running: move your arms when you run.

When you use your arms, you will be a much more efficient runner.

4. Kaley Cuoco

On diet: "I'm a good eater and like to make my own meals.

I start my day with granola, fresh fruit, and skim milk and end it with something healthy that also comes from my own kitchen.

But right now I can't get enough of the 6-inch vegetarian whole-wheat sandwich from Subway.

I pick one up after my Spin class and pile jalapenos and onions on it to spice it up.

It's my default meal!

I know exactly how many calories are in it 260 and I never have to think about what to order." she told Shape

On exercise: "I tried spinning, I tried running, I tried yoga, I tried Pilates," she told Women's Health.

"I realized I don’t like running…I refuse to do it.

I like spinning, so I try to mix that in.

When I found hot yoga, I fell in love with it and was like, this is my thing."

5. Heidi Klum

On diet: “One thing [the kids and I] do every morning is have a smoothie.

[For lunch], there’s pasta, bread, chicken, fish and vegetables. I’ll eat everything but the pasta and bread.

Do I want pasta? I do. I choose not to eat it.” she revealed on Women's Health.

On exercise: "With my busy schedule, it's impossible to have a set fitness routine.

So instead I like to try and incorporate exercise into my daily life whenever I can—which requires some creativity.

Sometimes I jump on the trampoline with my kids or take a hike with my dogs in the canyon by my house. Sometimes I run for 30 minutes on my treadmill, but I prefer to be outdoors.

When I'm traveling, it could be doing a few sit-ups in my hotel room before I head to work." Klum explained on Glamour.

6. Kate Hudson

On diet: "I live by a rule book of eating alkaline.

And then I'll cheat when I want to, but I sort of make that my go-to unless I'm out at a great restaurant.

I'm a bit of a foodie, so I can't cut out the things that I love, so I just make sure that on a daily basis I eat very alkaline.

So no meat, no dairy, no gluten, I try to stay away from sugar.

But then I could be at a movie theater and throw down on some popcorn and milk duds or at an Italian restaurant and I'll have my pasta.

So I try not to make it about dieting, I try just to make alkaline my normal and then have fun." she revealed on Harper's Bazaar.

On exercise: "I change my routine. I change my look. I change my mind," Hudson said on SELF.

And when it comes to exercise, she says, "I really switch it up."

Her only fitness regimen, it turns out, is not having one.

I'll do Tracy Anderson, I'll do Body by Simone, I do everything," Hudson says.

Your body is constantly adapting as it moves. Still, when she really wants to whip herself into shape, she focuses on Pilates.

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7. Miranda Lambert

On diet: "I like the green juice because I don't like vegetables.

I mean, I do...I like broccoli with cheese, and carrots with ranch dressing!

It's just how I eat.

I'm not trying to pretend that I'm something I'm not.

With the juice, I feel like I'm getting straight-up vitamins and good food.

So if I don't eat anything else green that day, I've got my green in."

On exercise: I hate running. Like, in huge red letters: I HATE RUNNING." she told Women's Health

In 2014, she lost 20 pounds of weight through her intense workout and strict diet.

"[I] do cardio, a lot of circuit training. [I] do things with my body weight, like lunges.

A lot of stuff with resistance bands. [And] crunches only go so deep. Leg lifts work the lower abs, which is always a problem area for girls who drink." she revealed on People, Glamour, and Women's Health.


There's a saying that says your body is your home. Treat it well, and it will treat you better.

We couldn't agree more with this.

It doesn't matter how hard you grind every day, if you are not healthy enough to enjoy what life has to offer, then everything will become meaningless to you.

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