Good Morning America: The Everyday Supermodel
Supermodel Molly Sims visited Good Morning America to share healthy, beauty, and lifestyle tips from her new book, The Everyday Supermodel.
Sims spoke with Robin Roberts, who congratulated her on the announcement that her daughter will be a girl. The supermodel was seven months pregnant during her GMA interview. “It’s more difficult to be a Super Mom” than a supermodel, according to Sims.
GMA: Molly Sims Inner Supermodel
“There is an inner supermodel in all of us,” Sims said of her book. She wanted to empower women to “be the best version of yourself” in an all-encompassing book. She admitted that there is a lot that goes into staying in the shape she is in, and it’s not as easy as some people might think.
“We’re really, really happy with it. It’s like a girls’ bible,” Sims said of her book, which also features plenty of healthy food swaps. “Never put yourself on a diet mentally,” she suggested.
Good Morning America: Greek Yogurt & Cravings Swaps
Little things can make all the difference. Sims shared a few snack ideas that you can implement to make small changes. Choose Greek Yogurt with Walnuts instead of Ice Cream with chocolate syrup and sprinkles. “You never want to restrict yourself from anything,” Sims said.
Since she has been craving a chocolate bar during her pregnancy, she has avoided deprivation by choosing a cup of hot chocolate in the evenings.
GMA: Spaghetti Squash & Salad Swaps
Sims also suggested replacing pasta noodles with Spaghetti Squash, which I can vouch for as a great alternative. Pasta is really about the sauce and the protein; the noodles are just a delivery system, so why not make them healthier?
When it comes to salad, you have to watch what you put on top. It’s not just the dressing. Toppings count too. Look for Sunflower Seeds or Walnuts, which boost brain power; skip the bacon bits.
Good Morning America: Molly Sims Core-drobe
You don’t have to go broke to look your best. Sims said that she worked with stylists Becky Klein and Martina Gordon for the book, and they all discussed the Core-drobe, those wardrobe essentials that form the basic building blocks of multiple outfits.
When it comes to what we love about models, “it’s not so much what they’re wearing, it’s how they’re wearing it.” As for makeup, go with a dewy look and some eye gloss. More head-to-toe tips can be found in the pages of The Everyday Supermodel.