Billie Eilish Workout and DIET
Billie Eilish Pirate O’Connell is a native of Los Angeles. She and her brother Finneas were homeschooled. Eilish danced, did art and explored acting from a young age. She turned to music after an injury put an end to her dancing career. Eilish began recording songs together with her brother starting at age 13. Her debut single Ocean Eyes in 2015 gained her public attention, and in 2016, she landed a contract with Apple Music. Her first studio album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? released in 2019 was a best-selling album that year. Eilish has received many awards including 7 Grammys. She is one of the most successful artists of the 2010s and was named on Time’s 100 Next list in 2019. Eilish has endorsed several brands including Chanel, Adobe Creative Cloud, and Apple. She created a self-named, cruelty-free perfume and collaborated on a clothing line for Freak City. Her activism includes mental health, climate change and equality for women. She has over 100 million followers on Instagram alone. Eilish is 5 feet, 3 inches tall and weighs about 135 lbs.
Billie Eilish‘s Diet
Eilish has been a vegetarian since she was a child, but she went full vegan in 2014. She is so committed to avoiding animal products that she often went hungry while on her first tour because she could not find plant-based foods to eat. Now she has the opposite problem and people tasked with the job of feeding her find too much yummy stuff. When she’s stressed, she’ll make peanut butter chocolate chip cookies. She’s a fan of fresh fruit and veg smoothies, vegan burritos, and avocados. She cares so much about vegan foods that she made an app that locates nearby restaurants that serve plant-based fare.
- Medium Fat 30% 30%
- Medium-High Carb 40% 40%
- Medium Protein 30% 30%
Eilish takes a hard pass on meat and dairy, and says she was never into meat as a kid.
Veganism: There’s an App for That
Eilish believes that veganism can save the planet, and to help get the word out about the benefits of a plant-based lifestyle, she created an app to find local vegan eats.
Eilish is a big fan of the avocado and even uses it as a filter for pictures she posts on IG.
Love Life & Veggies
One of Eilish’s go-to spots to eat is the Love Life Cafe in Miami where they serve very photogenic meals such as roasted veggies, quinoa, greens, dairy-free cheese and, of course, avocado.
Bake For Better Mental Health
Collins admits to preferring an early dinner, and struggles to break out of her routine. She says her crew will be one at the restaurant at 6:30 pm.
Eilish says she has struggled with body dysmorphia since she was young. To support her mental health, she does not avoid sweets or desserts, and loves to bake as a form of therapy.
What to Eat
What to Avoid
Eilish on finding vegan food on tour
The first tours we did, I used to lose weight because I never got to eat…but now we kinda gain weight…we have so many people, and their whole job is to get us food.
Eilish on veganism
it’s a really good time to be vegan in life [because] there’s a lot of places [to eat].
Eilish on baking
It’s a therapeutic thing for me to bake.
Eilish on digestion
Pooping is my favorite part of the day.
Eilish on supplements
I think my mom gives me iron pills.
Billie Eilish‘s Workout Routine
Eilish struggled with body image for a long time, and went through bouts of starving herself and self-harm. She has since overcome her ‘toxic’ relationship with her body and treats herself with kindness.
A Dancer’s Soul
Dance was Eilish’s first love and she used to dance 12+ hours a week, but a growth plate injury put an end to her dancing dreams.
Eilish also likes to do yoga, which offers benefits for body, mind and spirit. Yoga improves strength and flexibility, and the connection between mind and body.
A Billie Eilish Routine
Stay active & body positive.
Eilish on control
I like to be in control of how I look and how I feel.
Eilish on body image
If there’s a day when I’m like…”I feel comfortable with my belly”…I should be allowed to [show] that.
Eilish on hitting the gym
It makes me feel so much better as a person.
Eilish on her fitness routine
I’m a gym rat now.
Billie Eilish‘s Supplements
Billie Eilish‘s Lifestyle
Not So Sweet Sleep
Eilish says that she suffers from sleep paralysis and night terrors, which can ruin her days as well as her nights. On the plus side, she has made a few songs thanks to these problems, including Bury a Friend.
Eilish says the public never gets tired of commenting on her body, or what she wears to cover it, and they love to read deeply into it all.
This Too Shall Pass
Eilish says that while she struggled a lot with self-loathing, what got her through was patience and the belief that things would get better.
The Best Feedback
Eilish says that her favorite thing is when a kid says that she makes them feel comfortable in their body.
Vegan Head to Toe
Eilish teamed up with Nike to create a 100% vegan Air Jordan that also contains 20% recycled material.
Eilish on her sleep disorders
The whole night is terrifying, and then I wake up.
Eilish on herself
I’ve always done whatever I wanted and always been exactly who I am.
Eilish on music
I don’t know how to function without music. When I’m not making it, I’m listening to it.
Eilish on fashion
Clothing and fashion are kind of my security blanket.
Eilish on staying strong
I had patience with myself…I waited. Things fade.
Eilish on depression
[My body] was the initial reason for my depression when I was younger.
Eilish on her body
I get to see it and get to show it when I want to.
Eilish on shaming
I don’t like that there’s this weird new world of supporting me by shaming people that [may not] want to [dress like me].
Eilish on positivity
If you feel like you look good, you look good.
Eilish on success
There are still people who are afraid of successful women, and that’s so lame.
Eilish on her fanbase
I dont’ call them fans…They’re literally just a part of my life; they’re a part of my family.
Billie Eilish gear
Freak City apparel
Nike Vegan Air Jordans