She’s the Australian model with a passion for health and fitness.
And on Thursday, Rachael Finch took to Instagram to reveal the one secret behind her incredible body, which stops her ‘overeating’ throughout the day.
However, the 30-year-old went on to remind fans that ‘all bodies are different’ and her top tip may not work for them.
‘It’s all about listening to your own body’: On Thursday, Rachael Finch (pictured) shared the one simple diet secret behind her amazing figure that stops her ‘overeating’ during the day
‘I usually like to eat within an hour of waking up,’ explained Rachael.
‘If I wait too long for breakfast I notice my body goes into a stressful state and I then tend to overeat!’
The former Miss Universe Australia then attached a photograph of her ‘overnight envy oats with simmered berries’ which she often eats for breakfast.
‘Recipe is coming soon,’ added Rachael, while promoting her BODY by Finch app.
Yum! ‘I usually like to eat within an hour of waking up,’ explained Rachael, 30, on Instagram, sharing a picture of the oats and simmered berries she often has for breakfast
It works for her! The mum-of-two continued: ‘If I wait too long for breakfast I notice my body goes into a stressful state and I then tend to overeat!’
Rachael continued: ‘Remember that all bodies are different though and you may in fact thrive by fasting through breakfast each morning.
‘It’s all about listening to your own body.’
Despite living by this rule, Rachael went on to reveal she breaks it every so often.
‘This is of course not relevant when I choose to do an extended fast once every few months for deeper health benefits,’ she concluded.
An inspiration! Of course this isn’t the only thing Rachael credits to her toned physique, with the brunette regularly working out and sharing her routines with fans on Instagram
Of course this isn’t the only thing Rachael credits for her toned physique.
The brunette regularly works out, and hoped to inspire fans to get active during an interview with Daily Mail Australia in February.
‘Trying a new and exciting routine can make working out something you actually want to do and prevent boredom,’ suggested Rachael.
She also urged fans to ditch the gym for the lounge as a new workout space, eat immune boosting foods and even work out with a friend.
Speaking to Daily Mail Australia in February, Rachael urged fans to ditch the gym for the lounge as a new workout space, eat immune boosting foods and even work out with a friend