A client’s body is to a personal trainer what a painting is to an artist. It’s their work of art, a reflection of their talent. And when it comes to bodies, Elle Macpherson is the Mona Lisa and her trainer, James Duigan, is one hell of an artist.
In fact, she’s not the only star he trains. The Bodyism founder’s celebrity clientele includes Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Lara Stone, Emilie Clarke and even Hugh Grant (why do you think he looks so good for his age?). His philosophy around wellness is unique and it’s safe to say, his methods work.
Duigan believes in nurturing the body—with clean wholefoods and gentle movement—not punishing it. So when we got the scoop on his favourite post-workout recipe, we were all ears. If you’re thinking it’s a protein smoothie, think again. Duigan refuels post sweat-sesh with something a little more nourishing: his Clean & Lean Bread.
Lathered in nut butter, paired with eggs, or dipped in olive oil, there’s nothing quite like this bread. It’s gluten-free and can be eaten for breakfast or as a snack.
Clean and Lean Bread Recipe
chopped red onion (optional)
sprig of rosemary (optional)
This is an extract from Clean and Lean For Life by James Duigan, which includes 150 delicious, nutrient-rich recipes for a happy, healthy body. The simple recipes designed for every occasion, are free from gluten, dairy and refined sugar.