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Jessica Rowe, 50, shares her VERY surprising day on a plate 

Australian journalist and TV personality Jessica Rowe could give women half her age a run for their money with her incredible figure and rockhard abs. 

And this week, the 50-year-old shared her diet and exercise tips and her rather surprising day on a plate. 

In a Q&A as she marked her new collaboration with Meat and Livestock Australia, Jessica said she eats takeaway once a week, enjoys a bit of chocolate each night, has a glass of wine or two on the weekend and isn’t afraid to eat carbs. 

So that’s how she does it! This week, Jessica Rowe, 50, revealed the secrets to her incredible figure and shared her VERY surprising day on a plate

Jessica added that for exercise, she enjoys one-two Pilates classes a week for ‘strength and toning.’ 

‘Make it about balance. Eat healthy most of the time, but then don’t forget to treat yourself,’ Jessica said. 

‘Friday night for us is takeaway night so it’s usually fish and chips or pizza. I also eat a little chocolate every night. There’s no point depriving yourself and it’s boring. You only get one life – enjoy it.’

Her body secrets: Jessica added that for exercise, she enjoys one-two Pilates classes a week for 'strength and toning'

Her body secrets: Jessica added that for exercise, she enjoys one-two Pilates classes a week for ‘strength and toning’

A balanced approach: In a Q&A as she marked her new collaboration with Meat and Livestock Australia, Jessica said she eats takeaway once a week, enjoys a bit of chocolate each night, has a glass of wine or two on the weekend and isn't afraid to eat carbs

A balanced approach: In a Q&A as she marked her new collaboration with Meat and Livestock Australia, Jessica said she eats takeaway once a week, enjoys a bit of chocolate each night, has a glass of wine or two on the weekend and isn’t afraid to eat carbs

Jessica’s day on a plate 

BREAKFAST: Toast with peanut butter or Vegemite, porridge, muesli, yoghurt, fruit or an almond croissant

LUNCH: Sandwich

DINNER: Spaghetti bolognese, stir fry or chicken schnitzel 

TREATS: Chocolate and wine

Jessica said she never ‘obsesses’ over portion sizes of her meals and often enjoys a breakfast of toast or porridge or an almond croissant. 

She often has a sandwich for lunch, followed by dinner which is usually chicken schnitzel or spaghetti bolognese. 

‘Breakfast would be vegie toast, peanut butter toast, porridge, muesli, yoghurt, fruit or an almond croissant,’ Jessica said. 

‘Lunch might be a sandwich and then for dinner it might be spag bol (sic), a stir fry or schnitzel with salad. I actually cook a lot of mince – I’m a massive mince fan!’ 

She added that she loves to enjoy a glass of rosé or prosecco on the weekends. 

‘We sometimes go to a local Italian restaurant and when I walk in they’ve already poured a glass of prosecco for me,’ she said. 

Jessica added that she never speaks to her daughters Allegra, 14, and Giselle, 12, about body size or ‘not fitting into things’ so that they have a positive relationship with their bodies when growing up. 

Her day on a plate: Jessica said she never 'obsesses' over portion sizes of her meals and often enjoys a breakfast of toast or porridge or an almond croissant. She often has a sandwich for lunch, followed by dinner which is usually chicken schnitzel or spaghetti bolognese

Her day on a plate: Jessica said she never ‘obsesses’ over portion sizes of her meals and often enjoys a breakfast of toast or porridge or an almond croissant. She often has a sandwich for lunch, followed by dinner which is usually chicken schnitzel or spaghetti bolognese

Healthy mindset: Jessica added that she never speaks to her daughters Allegra, 14, and Giselle, 12, about body size or 'not fitting into things' so that they have a positive relationship with their bodies when growing up

Healthy mindset: Jessica added that she never speaks to her daughters Allegra, 14, and Giselle, 12, about body size or ‘not fitting into things’ so that they have a positive relationship with their bodies when growing up

‘I talk about bodies being strong powerful and capable of doing amazing things,’ Jessica refreshingly revealed. 

‘Girls learn from watching and listening to us talk about food and our bodies. They are our sponges, so I am always very mindful how I talk about myself.’

Back in 2013, Jess spoke about her body type in a column for Essential Kids, saying she’s always been naturally slim. 

‘I am skinny. Always have been, always will be. And no, I don’t have an eating disorder,’ she wrote at the time. 

She added that she likes to do weights and work out for her mental wellbeing and finished: ‘I like my body.’ 

Candid: Back in 2013, Jess spoke about her body type in a column for Essential Kids , saying she's always been naturally slim. 'I am skinny. Always have been, always will be. And no, I don't have an eating disorder,' she wrote at the time

Candid: Back in 2013, Jess spoke about her body type in a column for Essential Kids , saying she’s always been naturally slim. ‘I am skinny. Always have been, always will be. And no, I don’t have an eating disorder,’ she wrote at the time


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