Beyoncé is arguably the best performer of our generation. With her busy schedule recording music, touring, being a wife and mothering three children, it’s amazing that Beyoncé can maintain her physique.
The documentary highlights her tough journey to the iconic 2018 Coachella performance where she paid homage to HBCUs and Black culture.
The “Drunk In Love” singer who is married to rap impresario Jay Z had initially planned to headline the popular music festival in 2017 before she became pregnant with twins Rumi and Sir.
Having to postpone this historical performance opportunity as the first Black woman to headline Coachella gave her the drive to lose her baby weight, regain her endurance and put on a show like never before.
In the Netflix documentary, she describes going from 218 pounds when she gave birth to accomplishing the goal of fitting into an old costume.
She said, “There were days that I thought I’d never be the same. I’d never be the same physically, my strength and endurance would never be the same.”
She continued by sharing how her very strict vegan diet along with her very rigorous dance and workout routine helped her to accomplish her goals.
“In order for me to meet my goal, I’m limiting myself to no bread, no carbs, no sugar, no dairy, no meat, no fish, no alcohol,” Beyoncé’s says in a voice-over, “and I’m hungry.”
Beyoncé has eliminated entire rows from the food pyramid. People used social media to share their thoughts on the #Beyoncediet.
The fact that Beyoncé didn’t eat any meat, fish, bread, carbs, and sugar, I need to know EXACTLY what she DID eat so I can lose weight. #beyoncediet
— Johanna (@Jo_lovesparis) April 18, 2019
Wonder what flavor air im eating today. #BeyonceDiet
— Ba$edGod 🏁💙 (@TotaLeeTatted) April 18, 2019
— B (@BiolaHeart) April 17, 2019
But the good news is that the diet works and unlike many celebrity diets that may require money, Beyoncé’s simply requires an overwhelming amount of discipline.