Mark Wahlberg has laid out his new diet and fitness regime.
While speaking to the Wall Street Journal for an interview published on Monday, the action star revealed that he had stripped back his previous diet and fitness regime.
In a 2018 interview with Event Magazine, it was revealed that Mark's then-regime began with a 2:30am start, a morning prayer and an hour-and-a-half workout, before breakfast consisting of oats, blueberries, peanut butter, and eggs. The 2018 regime saw Mark eat eight meals and complete numerous workouts per day.
Now, Mark has reportedly toned down the routine and allows himself a 3:30am or 4am start, while fasting for 18 hours every day.
He clarified that his intermittent fasting schedule runs from 6pm to midday the following day. To suppress his appetite, he's started drinking espressos.
Mark told WSJ that he now starts his day with vitamins and supplements including turmeric and vitamins C and D, rather than the previous breakfast.
The actor said the new regime achieves "better results" while he spends less time in the gym and cardio training.
He added that he functions best when he's "consistent with my routine", explaining, "Getting the right amount of rest, really staying focused. My spirituality, my faith has got to be the centre of it all."