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Fit Grandma Has a Crazy Diet to Stay Sexy



There are a variety of specialty diets that can result in a healthier, more desirable body. For people willing to sacrifice unhealthy, but delicious food, and time working out, that’s a fair trade. 

A London grandmother’s unique diet and workout routine has led to her being deemed as a “fitness grandma” who gets hit on by men all the time. Boasting a caloric count that reaches 3,500 calories in 6-8 meals, the 53-year old physique competitor eats roughly 150 eggs per month. Other major cornerstones of her diet are broccoli, green beans, little corn, cauliflower, cabbage, and spinach. Her workout routine is nearly as strict as her diet as she works out for at least 3 hours per day. Sometimes her workouts last up to 8 hours. 

As you can imagine, when bombshell Andrea Sunshine goes to the gym, she manages to capture the attention of dozens of guys. Even though it may seem like the attention is a welcome byproduct of her rigorous routines, she doesn’t like the male attention she tends to receive at the gym. She says it happens all the time. “Young men have a crush on good-looking mature ladies so I get hit on all the time,” she says. She continued by saying, “When I am in my session I hate to be disturbed.” Her hard work pays off in more ways than receiving compliments from men when she’s out in public, too. 

She also competes in physique competitions and comes out victorious against women half her age. She’s even completed a top five finish at one point. Given the success of her workout plan, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see more women her age follow in her footsteps. If they do, let’s hope they’re prepared to deal with receiving the attention that Sunshine does.


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