Tiffiny Hall’s mother Jeanette, 64, became an overnight sensation in April 2018 when she displayed her age-defying physique on Instagram.
And speaking to Daily Mail Australia this week to promote online health and fitness program TIFFXO, Tiffiny revealed what Jeanette thinks of her own online fame.
‘She thinks it’s hilarious!’ the 36-year-old said. ‘That fit and fabulous Jeanette you see on my Instagram is just who she is and who she’s always been – she’s unstoppable!’
EXCLUSIVE ‘She’s unstoppable!’ Tiffiny Hall (left), 36, revealed what her mum Jeanette (right) thinks of her own fame – as fans continue to go wild over the 64-year-old’s ripped figure
‘She had a full knee replacement this year, and still finds a way to train every day,’ Tiffiny went on to reveal.
‘Jeanette’s the one who taught me about doing what you can. Life’s not perfect, so if you can’t run, walk, if you can’t walk, sit down and do resistance training, just do what you can!’
Tiffiny said her mother has never tried to achieve a ‘certain weight or size’ but rather trains to simply ‘feel good’.
Fine form: ‘She thinks it’s hilarious!’ Tiffiny said. ‘That fit and fabulous Jeanette you see on my Instagram is just who she is and who she’s always been – she’s unstoppable!’
Healthy body and mind: Tiffiny said her mother has never tried to achieve a ‘certain weight or size’ but rather trains to simply ‘feel good’. They are pictured with Tiffiny’s son Arnold, two
‘She says it should feel good to look great, without deprivation or punishment.’
Elsewhere in the interview, Tiffiny who has recently become founder of TIFFXO, revealed her fridge and pantry essentials.
Tiffiny revealed that she detoxes her pantry ‘every six months’ to allow her to be more mindful and aware of what she’s buying.
Tiffiny’s food staples
Balsamic vinegar (not glaze)
Steel cut oats
Canned tuna and salmon
Lots of fresh vegetables
Incredibly lean: Elsewhere in the interview, Tiffiny who has recently become founder of TIFFXO, revealed her fridge and pantry essentials
The fitness mogul recommends swapping high-sugar breakfast cereals, crackers, white flour, white bread and instant oatmeal for quinoa, steel cut oats, buckwheat flour, spelt flour, rice flour, wholemeal bread and brown rice.
Sweeteners such as white and brown sugar and refined honey can be replaced with coconut sugar, raw honey, 100 per cent maple syrup and rice malt syrup.
Tiffiny advises against using vegetable oil, canola oil and corn oil, and replacing with olive oil, coconut oil, cold-pressed macadamia oil and avocado oil.
As for herbs and spices, she recommends only using fresh varieties and opting for sea salt over table salt.
Tiffiny’s kitchen detox tips
● Avoid these three white ingredients: sugar, salt and flour. There are plenty of substitutes that work a treat
● Be wary of artificial sweeteners, commonly added to spreads, dips, ‘low-fat’ products and flavoured drinks
● Try to eat whole foods and fresh produce over processed, refined and packaged options
● Grow some basics yourself – it’s easier than you think! In my vegetable garden I have kale, lettuce, leek, cauliflower, broccoli, radishes, coriander, mint and basil
● Shop the perimeter of the supermarket where you’ll find the nude foods: unpackaged, fresh whole foods and perishable goods, and avoid the aisles with confectionery
● When it comes to processed foods, aim for ones containing less than five ingredients (and make sure you can pronounce them)
● Try to stick to in-season food – this means you can count on them being fresh
Food staples: Tiffiny consumes a diet of quinoa, steel cut oats, tuna, salmon, and lots of fresh vegetables