Emily Ratajkowski

Emily Ratajkowski

Model
Born: 1991

Emily ‘Emrata’ Ratajkowski was born in London to American parents. She was raised in California and traveled a lot as a child, to Mallorca and Ireland in particular. Ratajkowski was signed by the Ford Modeling Agency at age 14. She did a year at UCLA but dropped out of college to pursue her career in modeling and acting. Her appearance in Robin Thicke’s ‘Blurred Lines’ music video catapulted her to fame and earned her supporting roles in the films such as Gone Girl and Entourage. Ratajkowski also appeared in the 2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. She has millions of followers on social media. Ratajkowski is 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs about 120 lbs.

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Emily Ratajkowski’s Diet

Summary

Ratajkowski isn’t your stereotypical model who starves herself. She says she eats things that make her feel good, which includes coffee and pastries for breakfast. Lunch is usually light and healthier, such as salad or a sandwich, and she enjoys beet and turmeric juice which she says is ‘so LA.’ Dinner is usually centered around meat and she calls herself a carnivore. Ratajkowski says she is always very conscious of what she’s putting into her body, especially in the case of salt and sugar. She drinks a lot of water before going to bed.

Estimated Macros

  • Medium Carb 35% 35%
  • Medium Fat 25% 25%
  • High Protein 50% 50%

Diet Details

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AM Indulgence

Ratajkowski has coffee and a pastry called kouign-amann every morning. She says she goes through a routine at the bakery where she pretends not to know what she’s going to order each time.

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Light Lunch

A salad or sandwich is a typical go-to for Ratajkowski at lunchtime.

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Social Hour

Dinner is a time for Ratajkowski to socialize, and eat her meat. She loves animal protein, and she also loves cocktails and Bulmers hard cider.

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Sweet Treat

As if having pastry every day for breakfast weren’t enough, Ratajkowski says she always up for a good cupcake.

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Wash It Down

Ratajkowski makes a point of drinking plenty of water before bed to help dilute the alcohol and rehydrate her body.

What to Eat

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Meat

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Salad

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Sushi

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Coffee

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Beet Juice with Turmeric

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Croissants

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Hard Cider

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Wine

What to Avoid

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Refined Foods

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Chemical Additives

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Artificial Ingredients

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Junk Food

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Sugar

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Salt

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Ratajkowski on Cooking

‘I’m a complete foodie but I’m a terrible cook.’

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Ratajkowski on Enjoying Her Food

‘I grew up eating street tacos and burritos on the beach, so I like people who can eat and aren’t afraid to show it.’

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Ratajkowksi on Her Carnivorous Diet

‘I really like to eat meat. I crave iron so I am definitely not the kind of person who you will often find eating a plain salad.’

Emily Ratajkowski’s Fitness Routine

Weekly Routine

Easy Does It

Ratajkowski prefers hiking in the great outdoors to hitting the gym. She definitely hit the genetic lottery with her physique.

Trainers Need Not Apply

Ratajkowski doesn’t haven’t a personal trainer. She says she’s never been really into fitness, unusual for the business she’s in and where she lives.

Yoga Magic

While she’s not a big fan of going to the gym, she will hit the yoga studio once or twice a week.

Exercise Style

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A Emily Ratajkowski Routine

Go for hikes on a regular basis.

Yoga 1-2 times per week.

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Ratajkowski on Exercise

‘I really like to hike. LA is a great place for that. And doing yoga a couple of times a week is a really big part of my regimen.’

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Ratajkowski on Hitting the Gym

‘I’m just not a crazy fitness person. I don’t have a trainer, and I don’t really go to the gym.’

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Ratajkowski on Her Lack of Personal Trainer

‘I’m definitely an outlier in the industry.’

Emily Ratajkowski’s Supplements

Ratajkowski doesn’t cop to taking supplements, but the following can be used to fill in any nutritional gaps.
Multivitamin

multivitamin

Ratajkowski doesn’t cop to taking supplements, but a multivitamin is always a good idea to fill in any nutritional gaps.

vitamin D

vitamin D

Even people who live in sunny SoCal are sometimes deficient in vitamin D which promotes strong bones and aids in the absorption of calcium and other vitamins and minerals.

B-complex

B-complex

A B-complex vitamin supplement can help you recover from times when you’ve enjoyed one too many cocktails.

turmeric

turmeric

If you’re not a fan of turmeric smoothies, you can still get the antioxidant, immune-boosting benefits with a turmeric supplement.

calcium

If you don’t get much dairy, calcium not only builds strong bones and teeth but is necessary for a healthy heart and nerves.

Emily Ratajkowski’s Lifestyle

Ignorance Is Bliss

Ratajkowski grew up without a TV set, and when she got her first acting gig in 2009 on iCarly, she didn’t know anything about the show.

Fate Intervenes

Ratajkowski originally turned down the role in Blurred Lines, but changed her mind and used the opportunity to say what she thinks about feminism and the portrayal of women in pop culture.

Modern Feminist

Ratajkowski considers herself to be a feminist and says women should be proud of their body.

Brainy Babe

Ratajkowski’s mom wanted her to be a brain surgeon.

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Ratajkowski on Going Braless

‘Bras are so uncomfortable and sometimes it looks so pretty to not have a [bra] line. So just let it go and let it happen.’

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Ratajkowski on Prudes

‘Nudity isn’t something people should take offense to.’

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Ratajkowski on Facials

‘I’m pretty terrified of facials. I’ve had enough bad ones.’

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