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Tuesday, March 15, 2022

This Fit Grandma Eats Up To 150 Eggs Per Month To Stay Sexy



Andrea Sunshine doesn’t look like your average grandmother.

With tattoos and long blonde hair, the extremely fit 53-year-old has the toned abs of someone half her age.

But Sunshine is a divorced grandmother-of-two who spends much of her time in London getting jacked at the gym — and fighting off guys half her age who want to date her.

The half-Dutch, half-Brazilian beauty told Jam Press that she keeps a strict health and fitness routine, sticking to a healthy diet filled with a wide range of vegetables and protein. 



Her daily caloric count can sometimes reach up to 3,500 calories in six to eight meals. She likes to munch on broccoli, green beans, little corn, eggs whites, cauliflower, yam, cabbage and spinach.

She opts to stay away from sweet veggies such as carrots and pumpkin, as well as salt and oil. But she does eat sweet potatoes and drinks up to four liters of water a day. The health guru also attributes her strong frame to eating up to 150 eggs per month.

Sunshine also has a regimented exercise routine, working out for at least three hours a day. Sometimes she even stays at the gym all day for up to eight hours of exercise.

The gym — which she affectionately calls her “Disneyland” — is where she starts her session with an hour of cardio and then she moves on to weight training.

“People call me a beast,” she told Jam Press. “It doesn’t bother me to be called a fitness grandma – I am in my best shape and infinitely healthy.”


However, she noted that the attention she gets from younger men at the fitness center disrupts her workout, and she doesn’t like to entertain the mens’ assertiveness.

She said that many guys are below 25 years old, with many aged between 30 and 35.

“Young men have a crush on good-looking mature ladies so I get hit on all the time,” Sunshine said. “I don’t like the attention. When I am in my session, I hate to be disturbed.”


The single gal’s hard work has paid off, though, as she has competed against women half her age in physique competitions, having finished in the top five at one point.

“There is a stigma that with advancing age of women, they should only dedicate themselves to taking care of the home and family. It’s possible to do both,” Sunshine explained.

She added, “The mind has a very great power to transform our body, we cannot leave the mind aside.

 

[ By New York Post ]

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