Krysten Ritter Workout and Diet

Actress
Born: 1981

Krysten Ritter was raised on a farm in Pennsylvania. At age 15, she was discovered by a modeling agent while shopping at the mall. Ritter moved to New York and became a print, tv and runway model. After appearing in a Dr. Pepper commercial, she started to land small acting roles. Ritter gained recognition appearing on Breaking Bad and also Don’t Trust the B- – – in Apartment 23. Ritter is perhaps best known for her role as the lead in Jessica Jones. She co-wrote and co-produced Life Happens, and she also published a novel called ‘Bonfire.’ Ritter sings and plays guitar in the indie rock duo called Ex Vivian. She also owns a production company called Silent Machine. Ritter has a child with musician Adam Granduciel. She is active in promoting animal rights. She has over a million followers on social media. Ritter is 5 feet 9 inches tall tall and weighs about 125 lbs.

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Krysten Ritter’s Diet

Summary

Although Ritter grew up on a farm, pre-packaged foods were daily staples. But these days, she eats an extremely clean diet that contains no gluten, dairy, alcohol or fish. She sticks to whole, natural foods and she’s big on green juices. She makes sure everything she eats is nutrient-dense, and takes a pass on the junk food.

Estimated Macros

  • Medium Carb 40% 40%
  • Medium Protein 35% 35%
  • Medium Fat 35% 35%

Diet Details

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Prioritize Health

Ritter gave up a lot of foods that cause reactions in the body, including gluten, dairy and alcohol, and she says she feels great now.

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Don’t Dys the Juice

Ritter says she gets made fun of for juicing, but she doesn’t understand why because it’s such a healthy habit.

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Family Influence

Although her family owns a farm, they had the bad habit of eating a lot of processed foods. Her eating habits are very different now, and she’s has convinced many of her relatives to come around to her style of eating fresh.

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‘Pho’nomenal Treat

Ritter loves pho, a Vietnamese specialty consisting of broth, rice noodles, meat and herbs.

What to Eat

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Meat

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Eggs

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Veggies

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Fruit

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Rice

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Gluten-free grains

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Spinach

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Kale

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Cucumber

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Celery

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Parsley

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Water

What to Avoid

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Alcohol

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Gluten

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Dairy

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Fish

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Junk Food

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Refined Foods

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Ritter on Why She Eats Clean

‘I was getting sick a lot and couldn’t figure out why…So I cut all those things out and I haven’t been sick since.’

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Ritter on Foods She Avoids

‘I gave up wine and…I also cut out gluten, dairy and fish.’

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Ritter on Her New Diet

‘It’s been fun getting out of my box. The only time it totally sucks is at the airport.’

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Ritter on Her Favorite Juice

‘I don’t have a sweet tooth, so I stay away from anything with too much apple or agave. I’m more into kale, spinach…celery. That’s my jam.’

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Ritter on Fad Diets

‘I’m not good at deprivation.’

Krysten Ritter’s Fitness Routine

Weekly Routine

Naturally Fit

Ritter is naturally tall and lean, and her early life included plenty of farm chores.

Transformative Exercise

For her role in Jessica Jones, Ritter took up boxing and fell in love. She trained with Ricky Quiles at Ricky’s Boxing Gym in LA.

Pump Up the Jam

Ritter thinks boxing is great because it offers a total-body workout that boosts power, endurance, coordination and toning, and especially confidence.

Spin It

Left to her own devices, Ritter likes to take spin classes. Group exercise can be a great way to keep you on track and accountable.

Yoga Aficionado

Yoga is another go-to for Ritter. It is relaxing, yet builds strength, flexibility and endurance.

Pilates Power

Ritter also digs using the Pilates reformer machines, which build core strength, control and flexibility.

Exercise Style

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A Krysten Ritter Routine

To learn proper form and technique, take a class in boxing.

Try spinning, yoga, Pilates or anything that gets you moving.

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Ritter on Boxing

‘It’s so dope.’

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Ritter on Exercise

‘It’s so hard to motivate yourself sometimes…but I try to remind myself that I never, ever, ever regret going to the gym.’

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Ritter’s Trainer on the Benefits of Boxing

Martial arts are a vehicle for developing your human potential.

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Ritter’s Trainer on the Mental Benefits of Boxing

‘You know how to punch and protect yourself, and that’s big.’

Krysten Ritter’s Supplements

Krysten Ritter hasn’t shared too much information on the supplements she takes, but the following supplements may be beneficial for people who follow a similar diet and exercise routine.

Olive Oil

Olive Oil

One of Ritter’s beauty secrets is to use olive oil for heavy, curly hair. Olive oil is a superfood that does your body good, inside and out.

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Protein Powder

protein

Getting adequate protein is a must if you want to build muscle. It also helps cut cravings and increases fat-burning.

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Pre Workout

pre workout

To last through intensive boxing sessions, you might try a pre workout with caffeine. Pre workouts boost energy, endurance and focus so you can get the most out of your routine.

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BCAA

Amino acids

Amino acids are essential to building muscle, and glutamine and BCAAs are two of the best for those who are serious about making gains, They also help with recovery.

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Glutamine

recovery supplement

A dedicated recovery supplement can also help reduce post-exercise soreness.

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Vitamin D

vitamin D

Ritter cut dairy from her diet for health reasons, and it can be surprisingly difficult to get enough vitamin D, even for those who live in sunny locations.

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antioxidant

antioxidants

Supplementing is a smart idea for strong bones, increased immunity and overall wellness. Ritter leads a busy life which can be stressful, and antioxidants can help undo some of that damage, while adaptogens like ashwagandha can help you stay on top of your stress.

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Krysten Ritter’s Lifestyle

Take That, Bullies

Ritter says she was bullied for being tall and thin. She got the last laugh.

Serious Homebody

Ritter says she spent so much time traveling as a model and now as an actress that she never leaves her house unless strictly necessary.

Nimble With the Needles

Ritter is an avid knitter who finds it deeply meditative and satisfying. She once appeared on the cover of Vogue Knitting magazine.

Serious Animal Lover

Ritter grew up caring for animals on the family farm. She is active in animal rights and adopted a rescue dog and named him Mikey Mohawk.

Famous Pooch

Ritter’s dog is famous in his own right. He once starred in a PETA commercial.

Loving Motherhood

Ritter says she loves being a mom and isn’t too worried about ‘balance.’ She wants to enjoy every second with her baby.

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Ritter on the Restorative Power of Knitting

‘After I’ve knitted for a while, I feel like I just woke up from a nap. And what’s awesome is that then you have a product!’

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Ritter on Fashion

‘I like to be stylish and edgy, but also low maintenance.’

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Ritter on Makeup

‘You should be able to do your whole face in under 3 minutes.’

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Ritter on Travel

‘I’ve always lived out of a suitcase. I was in a new city every 3 months…So I’ve never been in one place long enough for anything super-bad to happen.’

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Ritter on Herself

‘I was totally picked on, but look at me now!’

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Ritter on Being a Mom

‘I am so grateful for this gift.’

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Ritter on Sharing Her Good Fortune

‘I try to give back as much as I can.’

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