We could be forgiven for eternally wondering how celebrities such as Victoria Beckham manage a career, motherhood and looking great all at the same time.
So HELLO! Online have looked at what the stars' secret to health success is...
From super health foods, used by fashion designer and mum-of-four Mrs Beckham, to ingredients for healthy living from The Saturdays’ singer Rochelle Humes. We've compiled a list of things to help ensure you stay fit and hydrated.
Plus take a look at a super healthy recipe from celebrity chef Nigella Lawson, in our 5 diet tips from celebrities.
"Gym O clock. Lots to get done today x," Rochelle wrote online recently. While we know getting to the gym is one the keys to keeping fit, fitting it into a hectic schedule can sometimes seem like too much. Take Rochelle's tip by putting a workout at the top of your to-do list.
Rochelle Humes makes sure she gets her fitness in at the start of the day
"This cayenne pepper gets u going after an early morning work out! x vb," tweeted Victoria Beckham to her near-eight million followers, alongside a photograph of lemon ginger & cayenne pepper juice.
The juice, by Los Angeles-based Juice Crafters, creates healthy, vitamin-rich elixirs designed to give bodies a boost after a workout without giving stomachs the heavy feeling associated with eating vitamin rocks.
Victoria Beckham's vitamin-packed juice
It may pass many of us by, but water is, as Gwyneth Paltrow recently tweeted, "Full of healing power". Not only is it hydrating, water keeps the skin looking young, helps weight loss by aiding the metabolism and boosts energy levels. Nutritionists recommend about eight glasses of water a day.
Another tip from super slender Victoria Beckham: "Totally obsessed with this Bee pollen! so good for u!! X vb".
Victoria Beckham uses bee pollen
It's easy to see why Victoria is a fan – bee pollen contains about 22 amino acids, 18 vitamins, 25 minerals, is extremely rich in carotenes and is high in B complex vitamins and Lecithin.
5. Tuscan kale, Nigella Lawson
And if you have over indulged and you need a health kick, celebrity chef Nigella Lawson has the answer for a healthy dinner. "After a week of everything fried, cavolo nero (Tuscan kale), lemony asparagus and curried carrot and sweet potato soup," she tweeted alongside a picture of the healthy meal.
Nigella Lawson shared her healthy recipe on Twitter
Known as a superfood for a reason, just a cup of kale provides more than 100 percent of the daily value of vitamins K and A, and 88 percent of the daily intake for vitamin C. Throw that in with nutrient-packed asparagus and carrots and you're in for a healthy, goodness-filled dinner.