8.30pm Cup of Throat Coat herbal tea in the interval.9.45pm After the show I have a banana or fruity cereal bar.8am Pancakes and bacon with apple and elderflower juice at the flat I'm staying in while doing The Bodyguard.It's a really aerobic show and my doctor wants me to eat every two hours because I lose weight so easily.I pack in the carbs but avoid tomatoes (I suffer from acid reflux) and dairy. 5.30pm Eat in my dressing-room then finish warming-up.7pm The wigs and dresses arrive, then I'm on stage non-stop until the interval.
A few weeks ago, a friend of mine broke up with her boyfriend who she had been dating for a few years. As silly as this may sound, it happens all the time. Plenty of girls do it as well – although I have to say in my personal experience, I’ve seen males do this a lot more.
They were in a really serious relationship, and to me, their breakup came as a total shock. She told me that for months, he had been acting differently: cold, distant, and just not himself. As macho as they may try to be, a lot of men out there are too immature and scared to break up with a girl on their own. They want to maintain the image that they’re a nice guy who didn’t do the dumping out of nowhere. So, they push her to break up thinking that it will be less of a blow. Forcing your partner to break up with you so that you don’t have to do it yourself is something that’s been happening forever, and will continue to happen, because some people are cowards. If your boyfriend suddenly starts flirting with other girls knowing full well you can see him doing it - in person or on Facebook - he's sending you a message.
She said he was “pushing her away,” and when she warned him he was pushing too much, he didn’t seem to care… If you’ve ever had this happen to you, and you’re confused as to what was going on, let me make things clear: your ex knew exactly what he was doing. So, how do you know if your boo wants to end things but doesn’t actually want to be the person who ends things? Unless he's really dumb, he's not going to just give other girls attention in front of his girlfriend and expect nothing to happen.
'The Bodyguard' is at the Adelphi Theatre, London WC2 NIGEL DENBY, dietitian Heather relies on two substantial meals while other performers prefer 'little and often' eating.
The best approach is the one that suits you; each is only as healthy as the food consumed.