Just spotted on the red carpet with Prince William and Kate Middleton for the soon-to-be-released Top Gun: Maverick, Tom Cruise looks better than ever.
Cruise, according to Men's Health, like dishes that are prepared at low temperatures, primarily grilled. Foods cooked at high temperatures can trigger chronic tissue inflammation and accelerate the ageing process.
Cruise has sworn off carbs and will not be seen eating a large bowl of spaghetti. According to Men's Health, the singer is currently following a 1200-calorie carb-free diet.
Cruise keeps refreshed on set with healthy snacks despite his hectic schedule. The actress, according to Newshub, eats a lot of little snacks throughout the day, including freeze-dried organic blueberries and nuts.
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Cruise often sends his co-stars cakes: "I love sugar, but I can't eat it because when I'm training, I'm doing all these movies—so I send it to everyone," he said on The Late Late Show With James Corden.