The Welshman made his 1000th career appearance in the 2-1 defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League on Tuesday night, and the 39-year-old has given his insight into how he has stayed a prominent figure at the highest level of English football.
"It's just stupid things, like saying: 'Right, I'm not going to have butter on my toast. I'm going to make sure I go to bed an hour earlier," Giggs told the Daily Mail.
"I'm going to make sure I go home after every training session for a couple of weeks and rest my legs. I'm going to do extra running.
"There's no alcohol, certainly. My weight doesn't really fluctuate but I make sure I don't eat late at night. It's about making sure I'm right physically because mentally I'm OK."
Giggs has scored for United in every season in Premier League history.