What Does Bikini Olympia Champion Jennifer Dorie Eat During Her Contest Prep?

The champ's diet is consistent and clean leading up to the big show.

At the 2022 Olympia weekend, scheduled for Dec. 16-18, 2022, in Las Vegas, NV, reigning Bikini Olympia champion Jennifer Dorie will attempt to defend the crown she won for the first time in 2021. Though the field attempting to dethrone her is a who’s who of heavy hitters in the division, including former champions Ashley Kaltwasser (2013-15), Elisa Pecini (2019), and Janet Layug (2020). Layug did not attempt to defend the Olympia crown in 2021, so the judges will compare the reigning champion against a former champion who has not been defeated on the Olympia stage since.

Dorie is dialing in his physique with heavy leg days and a specific diet regimen. On Nov. 3, 2022, Dorie took to her YouTube channel to publish a video wherein she shared what a day of eating looks like during her Olympia prep. Check it out below:

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Previously, Dorie’s diet included Rice Krispies treats prior to her training sessions for a glucose boost, which services for better pumps in the gym. Those treats are no longer part of her diet with eight weeks to go until the 2022 Olympia. Ezekiel bread — made from whole sprouted wheat, barley, spelt, millet, soybeans, and lentils — and coconut oil have also gotten the axe from Dorie’s nutrition.

Dorie’s current diet is designed to get her to stage shape with a few weeks to spare so she can “coast” into the Olympia without feeling depleted. Below are Dorie’s daily meals that she supplements with two daily half-hour cardio sessions.


  • Oats
  • Chia Seeds
  • Egg Whites
  • Spinach
  • Bell Peppers
  • Mushrooms
  • Broccolini

Dorie’s first meal is a macro masterpiece of oatmeal and a veggie egg white scramble. She’s not yet restricting salt as she was casual with dabbing salt and pepper over the skillet of clean eats. She pairs her two bowls of food with five multivitamins.

Pre-Workout and Post-Workout Meals

Dorie is not fancy when it comes to eating before and after her training sessions. Her pre-workout meal has a tad more fat, consisting of 93 percent lean beef and rice with Frank’s Hot Sauce. Her post-workout meal consists of shredded chicken and rice with peppers and broccolini. The veggies add some much-desired volume without much caloric add-on. Both meals are packed in Tupperware containers to take on the go.

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Meal Four & Late Night Shake

Dorie didn’t disclose specifics about her fourth meal, but it appeared similar to her post-workout meal of chicken, rice, and veggies. Her last meal is a protein shake that sounds as much like a dessert as one could expect for an elite bodybuilder. It contains peanut butter protein powder and almond milk with a consistency indistinguishable from ice cream.

While Dorie didn’t cite her specific macros, the volume of food intake appears low. She eats consistently throughout the day and does not seem to have hunger pangs two months before showtime. We’ll see if her consistency in and out of the kitchen will lead to back-to-back Bikini Olympia titles. If her title defense is successful, she would be the first repeat Bikini Olympia champion since Angelica Teixeira (2018-19).

Featured image: @jenniferdorie_ifbbpro on Instagram