Olympic gymnast Nastia Liukin is showing just how well those Magic O’s are working out for her. The 31-year-old five-time Olympic medalist has been busy downing the high-protein, low-carb breakfast cereal as she influences her 1 million Instagram followers to shop the keto product, with stories this weekend seeing the Russian-born star highlight her cheese-grater abs after recommending a morning bowl. Nastia, who eats super-healthy and is a Starbucks lover, seemingly can’t put a foot wrong with nutrition. Check it out below
Scroll for the cereal action, plus today’s selfie. Nastia, who faced an anorexia storm in October 2020 and was this year trolled over her “gross skinny chicken legs,” was seemingly continuing to clap back at the haters this morning, posing with her rock-hard abs on show in the skimpiest home look from her Dallas, TX base.
Sharing a faceless shot, but making up for it in body, Nastia flaunted her killer Olympian silhouette in a tiny, one-button cream cardigan with seemingly nothing underneath.
All steely abs while in boyfriend blue jeans that showcased one Gold Medal waist, Nastia peeped her gorgeous Pottery Barn-furnished interiors, with fresh roses in a vase setting a luxurious vibe as Nastia wrote: “Happy Sunday.”
The selfie follows a repost video Nastia shared as a camera filmed right inside breakfast cereal boxes, with fans seeing Magic Spoon Grain-Free Cereal, plus others from the brand which limits its net carbs to just 4g per bowl. Keep scrolling for the birthday donuts!
Nastia’s fans might allege that she doesn’t nourish her body, but the gymnast has been proving them wrong all the way. 2020 saw Liukin ring in her 31st birthday with a giant tray of donuts, even hitting up fast-food chain Shake Shack for a celebratory burger. Then there was the whole chicken over “Friendsgiving.”
The girl who always keeps Oreos in her pantry has also opened up on her food mentality. Basically, when there’s a cookie, just have it. See the donuts below!
In 2016, four years after retiring aged just 22, Nastia opened up to The Cut, referencing Olympic gymnast mother Anna Kotchneva.
“I also remember my mom telling me, “If you want a cookie, have a cookie.” Because then you’re going to get to a point where just like you want ten cookies and you’re going to eat ten. So allow yourself to have that,” she told the media outlet.
Speaking of gymnast appetites, scroll for Simone Biles feeding her tiny waist with massive breakfast sausages.