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Lorna Jane Clarkson is the most awarded fashion designer of Activewear, with more than 100 acclaimed Lorna Jane stores worldwide.
The Aussie designer has recently revealed how ‘heart-broken’ she felt after an employer attempted to sue her for $500,000 over accusations she was fat-shamed.
“It broke my heart, I felt like I couldn’t even speak about it – which was probably one of my mistakes because I just hid in a little hole – and I lost my self-confidence,” she said during a YouTube interview on Tea With Jules.
The court dismissed the charges of bullying – which the employee claimed was in regards to her age, size and eating habits – with the judge finding her an unreliable witness with ‘serious credibility issues’.
If you’re curious about the healthy eating habits that Lorna Jane sticks to, read on.
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6am: Oats soaked overnight in filtered water with banana, strawberries and blueberries.
10am: Apple with almond butter.
1.30pm: Chicken and kale salad with carrot, radishes and capsicum.
7pm: Red lentil soup with steamed broccolini, green beans, courgette and spinach.
After a few stretches on my yoga mat, I meet with my trainer for a strength session before work. As well as giving me a huge energy boost, resistance training helps to increase bone density and prevent injury.
7.30am: Protein smoothie with chocolate flavoured whey protein, frozen berries, Greek yoghurt and a handful of spinach.
1pm: Brussels sprout salad with lemon poached chicken.
4pm: Homemade granola bar.
7.30pm: Baked fish with olives and parsley served with mashed sweet potato and cherry tomato salad.
I like to exercise first thing in the morning to stay motivated for the rest of the day. Even if it’s a short interval session before an early flight – working out is non-negotiable.
6am: Oats soaked overnight in macadamia milk with bee pollen, pumpkin seeds and cacao nibs.
11am: Green smoothie made from spinach, cucumber, orange, lemon and ginger.
1.30pm: Roast beetroot and lentil salad.
6.30pm:Chicken, pear and goat cheese salad.
7.30pm: Small portion of homemade nut chocolate.
Surrounding yourself with people who provide encouragement, is the best way to boost your willpower when you’re flagging. I book in a 5K walk with a friend once a week.
7.30am: Protein smoothie with chocolate whey protein, banana and coconut water.
10am: A shot of 2tsp bee pollen mixed with 2tsp coconut oil.
1.30pm: Radish, sprout and red cabbage salad.
7.30pm: Roast lamb with kale pesto and baby carrots.
Every so often I dedicate an hour to dry body brushing before my yoga and meditation. It releases any muscle tension or soreness even further.
6am: Oats soaked overnight in filtered water with cacao, coconut flakes and blueberries.
10.30am: Greek yoghurt with homemade spiced mixed nuts.
1.30pm: Scallop and asparagus salad.
6.30pm: Moroccan chicken tagine with black rice.
I like to switch up my workouts to keep my fitness routine exciting. My new favourite is cardio barre – it’s a fun dance class I do three times a week that tones my bum, legs, core and arms with resistance exercises.
7am: Two egg omelette with pepper, spinach, cherry tomatoes and turmeric.
11am: Bee pollen with coconut oil and some fresh fruit salad.
2pm: Prawn rice paper rolls with sugar snap peas, carrot, pepper, cucumber, fresh mint and coriander.
7pm: Fresh salmon with a roast beetroot, carrot, sweet potato, butternut squash and courgette salad.
7.30pm: Freshly baked apple, berry and cacao crumble.
I always ease myself into the weekend with a cup of green tea and a good book, then I grab my water bottle and hit the fitness trail for a hike.
6.30am: Green smoothie made from kale, banana, ginger, courgette and lemon.
1pm: Grilled chicken and broccoli salad.
6.30pm: Simple omelette with leftover chicken, pepper, kale, tomato, courgette and asparagus.
When I’m at my beach house for the weekend, I make sure to pack running shoes in my gym bag. After a run on the sand with my puppy, I finish the weekend on a high note with an ocean swim – it sets me up for the week.
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