Skin of stars: Diets and tips to have a great body from Marisol González and Tania Rincón

After passing through Miss Universe in 2003, Marisol gonzalez He continues to dazzle with his friendliness, smile and physical attributes. The model and television host has perfectly known how to find the balance to lead a healthy life. She confesses that for her, being fit is not only a matter of aesthetics, but also helps her keep her joints in good condition due to the arthritis she suffers. The communicator originally from Torreón told all the details of how she takes care of her mind and body.

Do you have a routine that you follow daily? Life changes a lot when you are a mom; Before, I was usually really into training and in the gym, but suddenly, when you least realize it, you can neglect yourself, so I do try to maintain an active life. I have a personal trainer who comes to my house at least three times a week, and he is the one who supports me to support me. I am also of the idea that whatever you do you have to enjoy it, that’s why I really enjoy taking care of myself. At this time I took a break and also allowed myself to eat a little more while I put everything in order.

What is your diet based on? From Monday to Friday I take great care of what I eat; like five times a day, I drink a lot of water, and on weekends I give myself permission to indulge myself. Lately I have been focused on reducing the consumption of gluten, not only for aesthetics, but also for health, because I suffer from arthritis and they recommended that I leave gluten as much as possible, and I think it helps a lot in both things.

Are you on a diet? Right now I started with a totally organic diet to detoxify my body, because I took a vacation and gained a little weight, but it is normal, we all deserve a break. I also bring bone soup into fashion because it has many benefits and I have had better energy since consuming it, I take it every day on an empty stomach; on the other hand, the green juices never liked me, they make me nauseous.

What do you take care not to eat? I don’t eat red meat, they told me I had to give up dairy, but it is very difficult for me. Gluten is easier to give up, but dairy is what I enjoy the most. I eat fish, turkey, chicken, but I don’t digest red meat.

How much time a day do you spend exercising? I try to get at least an hour of exercise three times a week. I’m also setting a goal of taking at least 10,000 steps a day to be able to move and be constantly active.


Without a doubt, one of the most charismatic conductors is Tania Rincón; her most recent work on Warriors has placed her in the public eye. She is uninhibited, cheerful, jovial and, above all, an uncomplicated woman who does not complicate anyone’s life. She has been married for 10 years to Daniel Pérez; two children, Patricio, four years old, and Amelia, just eight months old. She has not stopped working since she began her career, almost 15 years ago, and despite having little time for herself, she dedicates time to her body to stay healthy and beautiful.

You had Amelia, and we saw you very quickly at your weight and gorgeous … During Amelia’s pregnancy, I did a lot of exercise, even a few days after giving birth I was still doing it, which helped me because I dilated very quickly, and that made the labor less difficult; Besides, breastfeeding is wonderful, I breastfed my son until he was nine months old, and I still give my daughter, that helps a lot to lose those kilos that you gained.

Would I have never imagined that you were a fan of breastfeeding? I’m happy, I feel very good doing it; I respect many other moms who because of work or because it even hurts and it is not so easy, they do not want to do it, but I have really enjoyed it.


IN THE MORNING: • From a drawer, I drink a liter of water, because they say that at night you get very dehydrated. • A plate of oatmeal with apple or banana.

I’M GOING TO TRAIN, AND BACK: • Two scrambled eggs on top of two slices of bread with avocado spread, or scrambled with two tortillas, or enchiladas, or enfrijoladas; the truth, it is varied.

FOOD: • About 2 in the afternoon with my children. Chicken, beef or fish always with vegetables and salad. • Later another fruit.

DINNER: • Roast breast with brown rice. • Yogurt.