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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley loves this three-course, protein-packed breakfast of champions


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When it comes to breakfast, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley isn’t one to slack. In fact, the actress and supermodel’s first meal just so happens to include three courses to fuel her all day long.

After working out every morning—she typically wakes up between 5 and 7 a.m.—she sits down for a protein-packed breakfast of champions. No, seriously, this boss babe means business: “I had three boiled eggs—for exactly five minutes—avocado on toast, and apple cider vinegar and water,” she told Vogue. Not only does all that protein and healthy fat keep her energized, but the ACV is said to boost digestion and metabolism, give you better-quality sleep, and improve your complexion.

“I had three boiled eggs—for exactly 5 minutes—avocado on toast, and apple cider vinegar and water.” —Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, on her go-to breakfast of champions

That isn’t the only healthy habit the model swears by, though. She’s also says sleeping on a silk pillowcase is key for a gold-star beauty routine. Derms certainly agree with her: According to the experts, the luxe fabric helps to prevent wrinkles, keep the skin hydrated, and fight acne.

And, just an FYI: she has sweat-sesh-related nightmares just as often as the rest of her workout-warrior cohorts: “I dreamt that I was going to a spin class for the first time and my feet wouldn’t fit in the pedals,” she says.

So basically, this breakfast-loving, sleep-prioritizing model is just like us.

Want to eat a protein-filled breakfast like Rosie? Try this chocolate brownie perfect for busy mornings, or go for a warm and cozy bowl of apple-ginger muesli.

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