The Orlando Bloom daily routine is LA what you will ever hear


Orlando Bloom, a Briton living in LA, appears to have adopted a health-conscious lifestyle like duck-to-water.

Ahh, Los Angeles. Where Gwyneth Paltrow was born, Uber drivers are trying to solicit auditions, and green juicing went mainstream.

Born in Britain, Orlando Bloom also lives here with his fiancée Katy Perry and their daughter Daisy. Suffice it to say, Bloom appears to have wholeheartedly embraced the LA Lifestyle ™.

In a play for The Sunday Times, the actor, best known for his roles in “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “Lord of the Rings,” gave readers a rundown of his daily routine and let’s just say, LA is what you are will ever hear.

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“I’m a Capricorn so I crave routine. Fortunately, my partner is very interested in it too, ”he wrote.

“I like to make my breakfast, so I just have some green powders that I mix with brain octane oil, a collagen powder for my hair and nails, and some protein. It’s really all pretty LA. Then I go for a hike while listening to some nirvana or stone temple pilots. “

At least he is aware of himself. And what is brain octane oil, I hear you ask? According to the manufacturer of bulletproof food supplements, this tasteless additive “converts into brain-stimulating, fat-burning ketone energy. It helps control food cravings and improve cognitive performance to keep you sharp. “

Interesting. Go on, Orlando.

“At 9 a.m. it’s breakfast, which usually consists of porridge, some hazelnut milk, cinnamon, vanilla paste, hazelnuts, goji berries, a vegan protein powder, and a cup of PG Tips,” he said.

“I’m 90 percent plant-based, so maybe I only eat a really good piece of red meat once a month. Sometimes I look at a cow and think it’s the most beautiful thing that has ever existed. “

I mean he’s not wrong.

Lunch consists of “vegetables or a stew. I will cook sometimes, but otherwise there is a team of people.”

Must be good. We don’t have details about the dinner, but it ends the day around 11pm after watching a documentary or film “for work”.


Janet Smith