Maggie has been following a vegan diet for the past twenty years. She’s dedicated her life to animal welfare and always opts out of consuming anything that is high in sugar or processed, which makes it easy on both your taste buds AND stomach.



Margaret Denise Quigley is an actress, environmentalist and entrepreneur. She was born on the Hawaiian island of Oahu but raised in Japan where she studied to be a veterinarian before deciding instead that modeling would make more sense financially when her career path didn’t take off as planned after high school.

She has appeared in a number of films, including Mission: Impossible III, Live Free, Die Hard and Divergent. Even on set she is quite innovative. She does all her own stunts which make for an exciting movie shooting experience.

Maggie is passionate about her training and nutrition program, which she discusses in interviews with other media outlets. She was previously cast as House of the Dragon’s female lead before rising to stardom on television.

She rose to fame as an action star after appearing in Mission Impossible and others. She also works for animal welfare, has been named PETA’s Sexiest Vegan of 2017,and is outspoken supporter of all animals rights causes including those against fur coats.


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The way to our health is through diet. We all know the importance of what we eat and drink, but did you also consider how much exercise can affect your body?

If there are two things that determine whether or not someone has a healthy lifestyle it’s their daily eating habits as well as an active routine throughout each day.

You need to take care of calories in your diet and ensure that all macronutrients are balanced. You must know about the importance for eating, sleeping which will give you enough energy with good nutrients like proteins, carbs and fiber from whole grains or vegetables as well nutritious fats found naturally within our bodies without processed food additives.

The Maggie Q Diet is a plant-based diet that limits red meats and sugar. It has been the perfect way for this animal welfare advocate to maintain her figure, stay healthy in general but also mindful of what she puts into her body.

  • Meal 1: Acai bowl with coconut meat, aloe, blackberries, blueberries, cherries, goji berries, coconut oil, ginger, turmeric, fennel, and almond milk
  • Meal 2: Smoothie with banana, peaches, pea protein powder, almond butter, maca powder, cashew milk, fresh mint leaves, and ice
  • Meal 3: Kitchari with basmati rice, mung beans, vegetable stock, mustard seeds, cumin, ginger, sea salt, coriander powder, turmeric, and cilantro


  • Meat
  • Fish
  • Dairy
  • Eggs
  • Animal byproducts
  • Processed Foods
  • Chemical Additives
  • Artificial Ingredients
  • Junk Food


When Maggie first started eating plant-based diets, she found it challenging to transition into this lifestyle because of the meat inclusion in all classic dishes. However as we can see from her example here – a typical issue faced by those who go down such roads is that they are limited without proper guidance on how best enjoy food with their ethics.

Maggie says that she’s very excited to try out new recipes in a plant-based diet plan. She worked with her mother and sisters, who are also vegan friendly so they can enjoy the same food as everyone else. The family loves enjoying these delicious dishes together on dinner time.

She likes to eat a high carb diet, with lots of complex carbohydrates such as brown rice. She also drinks fresh juice from blending celery, apples, kale, cucumber, parsley, ginger and Swiss chard which is full of vitamins and nutrients.

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Maggie Q’s workout routine is intense. She begins by drinking water or an energy drink before she exercises, and then drinks another one after the first few minutes of working out to stay hydrated throughout her session. In addition, it’s important for athletes like herself (especially those who sweat heavily)
to stretch properly at both ends so as avoid injury while they’re doing all that heavy lifting this helps in more ways than just providing passive relief from aches and pains.


  • Day 1: Yoga
  • Day 2: Spin class
  • Day 3: Yoga
  • Day 4: Swimming
  • Day 5: Yoga
  • Day 6: Spin, swim, or run
  • Day 7: Boxing, MMA, a sport such as a soccer or tennis


As a native of Hawaii, Maggie has always had an extraordinary connection to the ocean. She loves swimming for exercise and relaxation purposes because it’s one of her best ways at strengthening herself from head-to-toe.

One of the best ways to get in shape is through water-based workouts. Aquatic exercises are proven effective for increasing physical endurance and cardiovascular fitness because they help you maintain muscle tone without wasting all your time at a gym.


Pilates is a great way for her to lose weight, and it has helped improve flexibility. She loves the low-impact activity that she includes in her fitness routine.

The journey to accomplish this feat is not an easy one. The steps are small and require effort like yoga, but it’s worth all your time spent working on these things because of how rewarding they will be when you finally reach completion.


She also does boxing as part of her workout. When it comes to this type for exercise, not only is the best aerobic workout but it can tone and strengthen your upper body muscles too.

You might get bored after an hour on the treadmill, so this is something you can incorporate into your workout program.


Yoga has been a crucial part of Maggie’s routine for over two decades. It helps to build strength and improve respiration, which prevents injuries from happening in the first place.

Maggie practices yoga because it makes her more flexible, which allows for easier stunts. She loves the crow pose and shin cradle as well.


She’s not an overnight success. But she did it in her own time with hard work and dedication, just like most people would have done back then if they were striving for the same goal being fit. To get where Mollie is today we should follow suit by ensuring our diet stays healthy while also exercising regularly so that one day soon we can look as good on all sixes too.