EXCLUSIVE: ‘Coffee, bagels and chicken pie’: Roxy Jacenko takes a more lenient approach to health… after previously weighing just 45kg
Her weight once plummeted to a dangerously low 45kg, but on Saturday, Roxy Jacenko revealed she’s been taking a more lenient approach to health and fitness.
The 39-year-old said she no longer starves herself, and consumes three filling meals along with snacks.
For an extra energy boost, Roxy is a fan of skim Di Stefano coffees from her office pod machine: ‘I am far better knocking back six coffees a day, than having six cigarettes!’
EXCLUSIVE: ‘Coffee, bagels and chicken pie’: Roxy Jacenko, 39, told Daily Mail Australia on Saturday that she now takes a more lenient approach to health, after weighing just 45kg
‘Breakfast is now a Di Stefano skim piccolo and UberEats porridge from Indigo Double Bay, or a bagel with Vegemite from Smoking Gun Bagels,’ Roxy said.
‘Lunch at the moment is soups at the office, partly because this winter has been so freezing!’
The Sweaty Betty PR founder has mandarins and coffees at the ready for snacks between lunch and dinner.
‘Dinner is always prepared by our housekeeper who makes incredible dishes like seafood paella or chicken pie – it’s a total luxury but means when I get home, my time can be devoted to playing with (daughter) Pixie and (son Hunter).’
Day on a plate: Roxy now consumes coffee and a bagel or porridge for breakfast, soup for lunch, seafood paella or chicken pie for dinner. Pictured on the left around 2016
At one stage around 2016, Roxy’s weight plummeted to just 45kg.
Roxy’s day on a plate
Breakfast: Di Stefano skim piccolo and a bagel or porridge from UberEats
Lunch: Hearty soup
Snacks: Mandarin and Di Stefano coffee
Dinner: Seafood paella or chicken pie
The weight loss was caused after she faced a series of personal setbacks, including the imprisonment of her husband Oliver Curtis for insider trading.
‘It was a culmination of some seriously challenging times for me personally, Oliver’s sentencing to jail, being diagnosed with breast cancer two weeks after that, and then the pressure of running a business and juggling kids,’ she previously told Daily Mail Australia.
After getting her life back on track, Roxy decided she needed to make some lifestyle changes, both for herself and her family.
‘I had to make changes to be able to be a good mother, have the ability to focus, and to be healthy,’ she said.
For an extra energy boost: Roxy is a fan of skim Di Stefano coffees from her office pod machine: ‘I am far better knocking back six coffees a day, than having six cigarettes!’