You probably saw her at the American Music Awards during her acceptance speech for the favorite female pop/rock artist award. Selena Gomez has been out of the limelight for a while now after taking a sabbatical from Hollywood to focus on her mental health in August. The singer suffers from lupus, an autoimmune disease.
"If you are broken you do not have to stay broken," Gomez said in her incredibly touching AMA acceptance speech. "If that's anything whether you respect me or not that's one thing you should know about me. I care about people."
Mental health isn't the only thing Gomez feels strongly about. Staying healthy and eating well are two of her top priorities, and there's no one more supportive of Gomez's life change than her trainer, Amy Rosoff Davis.
"I've never weighed her," Davis said to Cosmopolitan. "I don't believe in scales — I just don't think it's healthy."
Davis cut the fast food from Gomez's diet almost immediately, and started incorporating all natural foods instead.
Here is an example of what Gomez might eat for each meal, according to Davis:
Breakfast: Full fat Greek yogurt or a healthy breakfast burrito with avocado and eggs.
Lunch: A green salad with avocado, beans, turkey and a healthy homemade dressing.
Dinner: A teriyaki bowl complete with salmon or chicken, or some sushi!
"I can definitely see the difference, and other people can too," she said. "But ultimately, a body that eats well and works is going to look better because it's healthy."
Gomez and Davis opt for Pilates on a regular basis, but that doesn't stop them from mixing things up! Whether it's circuit training in the park or using the barre, staying active daily is a top priority.
"I've always believed the best way to keep your muscles active is to mix it up," Davis said. "We switch things up almost every day."