Health Tips From This Year’s Oscar Winners

The Oscars were this past Sunday and while the world discusses the various movies that won, we’re throwing the spotlight on the health of the stars that walked away with a golden statue.

While they each gave their acceptance speeches on stage, it would have been hard not to notice just how good they all looked. Granted, they were dressed in designer clothing, but this doesn’t take away from the fact that they looked incredibly healthy.

That being said, take a look below to find out how our top Oscar winners prioritize their health and well-being, just as well as how they prioritize their acting.

Oscar winner’s health tips

Lady Gaga

An incredible artist, Lady Gaga showed off both her acting and singing skills in the movie A Star is Born – a role that won her an Oscar for Best Original Song.

In terms of her health, Gaga keeps herself in check by eating right, prioritizing her mental health and finding effective ways to deal with her chronic pain.

Her eating habits

In terms of her eating habits, Gaga’s personal chef Bo O’Connor revealed to that the songstress enjoys fresh ingredients.

She definitely will always have a salad throughout the day whether it’s for lunch or dinner,” O’Connor revealed. “The salad can be different and change; it doesn’t always have to be super lettuce-based, rather it can have other components that are a little bit more satisfying.

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O’conner also shared that Gaga’s fridge is often filled with kombucha, Greek yogurt and a variety of fruits and vegetables. Probiotics found in both kombucha and yogurt assist gut health and the vegetables and fruits help to assist in general health. It should also be mentioned that Gaga is Italian and Italians are actually one of the healthiest people in the world. More on that here.

Her stance on mental health

In an interview with The Mirror, Gaga opened up about her own mental health and discussed her struggles with depression. She believes that by opening up, more people dealing with mental health issues will be encouraged to come forward and discuss their struggles,

I openly admit to having battled depression and anxiety and I think a lot of people do. I think it’s better when we all say: ‘Cheers!’ And ‘fess up to it.

Her chronic pain

Lady Gaga battles with fibromyalgia, a chronic pain condition that’s characterized by a long-lasting head to toe pain. Not only has she raised awareness on the issue of chronic pain, but she’s also used her social media platform to share tips on how she deals with it.


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I was so overwhelmed by the empathy, confessions & personal stories of chronic pain in response to my previous post I thought what the hell. Maybe I should just share some of my personal remedies I’ve acquired over the past five years. Everyone’s body and condition is different U should consult w ure Dr. but what the heck here we go! When my body goes into a spasm one thing I find really helps is infrared sauna. I’ve invested in one. They come in a large box form as well as a low coffin-like form and even some like electric blankets! You can also look around your community for a infrared sauna parlor or homeopathic center that has one. I combine this treatment with marley silver emergency blankets (seen in the photo) that trap in the heat and are very cheap, reusable and effective for detox as well as weight loss! In order to not overheat my system and cause more inflammation i follow this with either a VERY cold bath, ice bath (if u can stand it, it’s worth it) or the most environmentally savvy way is to keep many reusable cold packs in the freezer ( or frozen peas’ n carrots’!) and pack them around the body in all areas of pain. Hope this helps some of you, it helps me to keep doing my passion, job and the things I love even on days when I feel like I can’t get out of bed. Love you and thank you for all your positive messages.

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Mahershala Ali

Mahershala Ali nabbed the Best Supporting Actor award for his role in The Green Book.

His bike-riding

In regards to his fitness lifestyle, Ali revealed to WebMd that he prefers to spend time on his bike as he’s always found peace when doing so. Aside from being a peaceful ride, bike-riding can improve cardiovascular health, reduce stress levels, improve both flexibility and posture as well as strengthen muscles and bones.

His eating habits

While he prefers to eat fish and chicken once or twice a week,  he also regularly adopts a vegetarian diet.

Moreover, he truly believes in the power of meditation, which he makes sure to practice daily,

It calms me and gives me the confidence that I need to do my work while putting my mind at ease. And it’s portable. I take it everywhere.”

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Olivia Colman

In her role as the clinically obese Queen Anne in The Favorite, Olivia Colman had to put on 25 pounds. Granted, the role won her an Oscar for Best Actress yet she was eager to lose the extra weight once the movie wrapped up.

Her body transformation

Speaking to Harpers Bazaar, Colman’s trainer revealed how the star effectively transformed her body. Dalton Wong shared that they placed an emphasis on cardio, posture and increasing muscle mass,

We trained two-to-three times a week focusing on posture, resistance training and also cardio,” Wong shared. “She also had soft-tissue work at least every week, which helped improve her flexibility and reduce tension in her body.

Cardio exercises can improve heart health by lowering both blood pressure and LDL cholesterol levels. They also help you manage your weight and even better your sleep.

Good posture is important because it results in less strain on your body and in fact, one piece from Harvard Health revealed that poor posture promotes headaches, heartburn, and even constipation. To improve your posture, Wong suggests you practice exercises that focus on your posture such as pilates and yoga.

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As we age, we lose muscle mass. Loss of muscle mass can increase the risk of falls and fractures. To counter this, Wong suggests that you start off with bodyweight training and then progressing to resistance-based training.

Regina King

The beautiful actress won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her captivating role in If Beale Street Could Talk.

In terms of her health, King was diagnosed in her 20’s with hypertension. Although she’d always led a healthy lifestyle, her diagnosis wasn’t a result of her lifestyle habits but rather, of her family’s,

My parents and grandparents had high blood pressure, and my grandma had triple-bypass surgery,” she told Everyday Health, My sisters, who weren’t as active as I’ve always been, were diagnosed with high blood pressure years before.” 

Her heart health

Speaking to Everyday Health, King shared how the diagnosis made her extra-cautious when it came to her living habits. Not only does she credit her slim and tone figure to detoxing, but she also revealed how she stays healthy on movie sets, “There’s usually a fruit basket on location for a snack, and I’m big on ordering protein smoothies. They keep me full longer, so I eat less”

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While these Oscar winners do their best to stay in tip-top shape, click here to find out how previous Oscar winner Hilary Swank did the same.


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