Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady never vacation from their healthy diets

Gisele Bündchen is the world's highest-paid supermodel, so it's not a shock to discover that healthy eating is important to the Brazilian beauty - even while on vacation. It's been revealed exactly what Gisele and family tuck into on holiday and it's as clean as can be.

According to Gisele, 35, and husband Tom Brady's chef Joanne Gerrard Young, even when the couple and their two children visit Costa Rica she doesn't relax her diet and sticks mainly to raw, vegan foods.

Gisele sticks to mainly raw, vegan foods even when on holiday

Joanne told Well and Good: "They don't always do raw, but since it's so easy to do in Costa Rica, we do an 80/20 raw diet, with big colourful salads and lots of fresh veggies.

"G likes to eat vegetarian sometimes, so we'll do a grain separate from the protein, and she's totally into juice cleanses, so she'll do about one per year."

It sounds very different to the average holiday diet, when people tend to enjoy what they want when they want after spending three months in the gym and necking protein shakes beforehand…

The whole family enjoy a healthy diet at all times

And Gisele and Tom, 38, tend to tuck into a big lunch before having a smaller dinner. Joanne confessed that, unsurprisingly, their leafy salads aren't followed by a slab of chocolate cake, but they do indulge every now and again.

She continued: "They didn't want to do desserts anymore, for healthy eating purposes, but I shared a few of my raw vegan desserts with them and they love them and have them all the time."

Earlier this year it was revealed Gisele's strict diet is totally free of white sugar, white flour, and anything containing MSG or caffeine.

It sounds like a lot of hard work to us, but when you look like Gisele we guess it's totally worth it!

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