Christian Marie Serratos was born on 21 September 1990. She is an American actress who plays Rosita Espinose in AMC’s The Walking Dead TV series based on the comic book of the same name. She is also known for playing Suzie Crabgrass in the Nickelodeon series Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide and Angela Weber in the Twilight Saga series. As a model she more focuses on her sexy and attractive body. She did not eat any other thing that increases the fat.
She portrayed a recurring character in The Secret Life of the American Teenager before landing a significant part in The Walking Dead, which made her even more popular. About her diet, the television actress stresses out the importance of eating nutritious foods to not only help her maintain a slender physique, but also keep her overall well-being in good condition.
When asked about how she maintains a beautifully healthy body, she answered that it’s just a matter of working out and eating healthy. When you do both, a sexy and a healthy physical condition is guaranteed. Drinking lots of water and eating raw and organic foods regularly. As part of her eating clean process, she stopped eating meat and consuming dairy and other food items containing gluten. As expected, she noticed how her body has felt better and how more energetic she has become, helping her work as an actress more effectively.
Christian has been in a couple of prominent films and TV shows, which has helped her gained recognition among worldwide audiences. Standing at 5’7, the actress is also notable for her tall and slender figureChristian has been in a couple of prominent films and TV shows, which has helped her gained recognition among worldwide audiences. Standing at 5’7, the actress is also notable for her tall and slender figure. When asked about her worst habit before she decided to eat clean, she said it was drinking lots of Diet Coke. Luckily, she was able to cut this habit as well.
Macadamia nut oil
Unsweetened energy drink
Exercises and Workout
Running 1 time a day
Standing calf raise