British actor Henry Cavill is definitely a head turner. Maybe it’s because the celebrity always looks great on screen, no matter what role he plays. Or it could be the impressive fact that Cavill can speak some Italian and French – and no matter what country he travels to, he tries to learn to order a beer in this language. One thing’s for sure: Cavill is rocking life at 39 and we’re healthy aptitude and eating habits on the bridge. Keep reading to learn more.
Cavill brought us many favorite roles, including Superman in ‘Man of Steel’ and ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’, as well as Sherlock Holmes in ‘Enola Holmes’, to name a few. Most recently, he brought monster hunter Geralt of Rivia to Netflix viewers in “The Witcher.” Two seasons of the super popular series have aired, and while it has yet to be confirmed when Season 3 will launch on Netflix, Collider reports that filming will wrap in September. It’s safe to say fans are excited.
Henry Cavill stays active and shares some of his wholesome goodness with his 21.5 million Instagram followers. Earlier this spring, he posted a photo with his girlfriend, Natalie Viscusowhile participating in the durrell challengea 13 km road race and a virtual race.
Cavill is the ambassador of the spectacular Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trustwhich strives to save the world’s animal species threatened with extinction. Cavill’s message is captioned, “Our Durrell challenge is officially over! We decided to do it today, mainly because the nine shades of hell beat me for two weeks of fight scenes, and my body didn’t wasn’t ready for a 13k I also suspect that Natalie may have broken her foot a short time ago so I’m using her injury as a handy excuse for me!Hope you all enjoyed your Durrell challenge experiences so far. The post has received over 2,000 likes and comments suit the man of steel, filled with love, heart and lots of muscle emojis.
Ahead of this year’s challenge, the actor posted an Instagram carousel of himself participating in the challenge over the years, captioning it, “Different years, different gears, and even a mustache-killing super team! Throughout the Durrell challenge. Which, again, fast approaches.”
He explains to men’s health that the Durrell Challenge is an event he looks forward to every year. “It’s a wonderful race and you can take it seriously, or you can run it at a more comfortable pace and I love it. I really do it,” he said.
According men’s health, Cavill works hard to maintain a healthy and fit body. Not only is he 6 feet tall, but he has a “superhuman physique” on and off screen. How is it? Well he says men’s health“Of all the things I’ve done in the past, I think the fasted cardio stuff works the best for me,” adding, “I’m in the best shape of my life.”
When it comes to eating habits, Cavill makes her choices a part of her life. He says: “I think I’m finding my rhythm now in more of a lifestyle. For example, I can do this workout and it will make me look a certain way. I’m going to make sure my food is good, but I don’t feel like I’m on a diet all the time” (via men’s health).
We are not exaggerating when we say that the star consumes a lot of protein. That means scrambled eggs with a side of steak and an oatmeal protein shake for breakfast. His favorite drink? Rosemary water.
Cavill’s first lunch – yeah, you heard right! – consists of even more protein, something like chicken curry with jasmine rice and an apple. An example of the star’s second lunch? Roasted chicken and potatoes with curry sauce. We didn’t know Superman was a huge fan of curry, did we?
Dinner time means buffalo steak, which provides fewer calories than fattier cuts of meat and is packed with natural creatine. The side for the last meal of the day is brown rice pasta. And after finishing dinner, Cavill switches to a protein shake for “supper.”
No one’s eating routine is complete without a cheat day once in a while, and Cavill is no exception. Deep pizza is a favorite choice, but Cavill’s philosophy about cheat days is to not worry too much about what he’s consuming on those given dates. He explains, “I can have three cheat days in a row if I want to, then bow out, be good for a while and come back at a certain point. You know where your baseline is.” Sounds like a good plan to us!
Alexa is the associate editor of Eat This, Not That!’s Mind + Body, overseeing the M+B channel and bringing readers compelling stories about fitness, wellness and self-care. Read more