Jennifer Aniston ended this year with a new comedy movie, Office Christmas Party. She was considered as one of the most beautiful and sexiest woman today.

People magazine, named her as the World's Most Beautiful Woman for the second time. The 47-year-old actress maintains her lovely and youthful appearance despite her age. This holiday season, sumptuous foods will be served, overflowing alcoholic drinks, wine, and sinful desserts will hunt you at the table. But before you indulge, let's check the actress' diet and routine and make her your inspiration before you go in battle with your hunger.

According to Foods 4 Better Health, "She starts her day with a glass of warm lemon water rather than coffee. This aids in digestion without all of the added caffeine. Breakfast is either a healthy, protein-filled shake, avocado and eggs drizzled with coconut oil, puffed millet cereal with a banana, or oatmeal with an egg white whipped in, ensuring her diet has protein."

For lunch and dinner, she prefers vegetables, and protein-rich foods like chicken and beans. She also loves salads. One of her salad includes cucumber, parsley, feta cheese, mint and other fresh produce.

This season, you might want to add a bit of healthy food to your diet in order to balance out the feast. Steamed vegetables are not only good as side dish but main course too. Research on what's good to eat this Christmas and New Year's Eve at All Recipes.

Roasted vegetables will give you a satisfied tummy and a guilt-free meal. It includes butternut squash, red bell peppers, potatoes, red onions, thyme, rosemary, olive oil, balsamic vinegar, salt and pepper to taste. Just combined all the ingredients, roast for 35 to 40 minutes in the preheated oven, stir every 10 minutes, or until vegetables are cooked and browned.

You can also indulge on turkeys rather than pork. Turkey meat is a source of iron, zinc and potassium. It is also a source of vitamin B6 and niacin, both of these are vital for the body's energy production.

The actress exercise at least six days a week for about an hour each. She said in her interview with People: "I'm not as strict as I was. It was always sort of a monitored watch. Then I thought just give yourself moderation."

So for those figure-conscious, do what Aniston said, have a "monitored watch." It's okay to eat and be merry this season, just be in control and everything will be fine. Your body will thank you too.