Bear Grylls reveals he takes organ meat supplements as he shares secret to healthy living

It's no secret that Bear Grylls is an adventurer and explorer who loves to challenge himself in the wild. Now he has revealed how he keeps himself in tip-top shape to take on these adventures – and it's not what you would expect.

The 44-year-old, who is currently the host of ‘The Island' and ‘Running Wild' on NBC, recently opened up about his diet and revealed he takes organ meat supplements to stay healthy.

He told Men's Health magazine: “I take organ meat supplements. I'm not a huge fan of the taste, but I believe in the power of organ meats and their nutrition.”

Grylls, who is also an author and television presenter, added that his supplements are made from different organ meats, such as liver, heart and tongue.

The adventurer also shared that he rarely eats processed food, instead opting for natural and fresh ingredients when possible.

“I'm a big believer in eating real food,” Grylls said. “I try to eat natural, unprocessed foods which are as close to the source as possible.”

As well as his diet, Grylls also revealed his secret to staying healthy is to stay active. He said he loves to go running, cycling, kayaking and paddle-boarding – but he also likes to switch things up and do something a bit different every now and then.

Grylls' advice is to “get outside and find something that challenges you and make it fun”.

With his organic food diet, organ meat supplements and active lifestyle, it's no wonder Bear Grylls is an adventure-seeker who is always pushing his body to the limits. It looks like his secret to staying healthy is to live life to the fullest and not be afraid to try something new.