Kate Hudson Shares Red Carpet Diet And Fitness Secrets: No Gluten, J Lo's Trainer [Video]

Among the many celebrities who flaunted their physiques on the red carpet for the Golden Globes, Kate Hudson earned awe for her bodacious body. Now Hudson is sharing her diet and fitness secrets, reported the Daily Mail.

At 35, Hudson often outdoes the young actresses with whom she dances on Glee. So how does she maintain that youthful shape? It's all about consistency and intensity, she said.

"I'm a big believer in doing 20 minutes of exercise a day. I love skipping with a rope because it's one of the hardest cardio exercises you can do, but it's so easy. I do three sets of three minutes; I'm always shocked at how sweaty I get."
But you don't have to spend hours working out in an upscale health club, Kate told Us Weekly.
"People think for some reason you have to work out two and a half hours, like no, but you have to do something... You can't do like two weeks and take a week off, and then do three days and then go, 'I don't get it.'"
And diet counts too, says Kate.

"You got to eat right," emphasized Hudson. "I always say that and you know, it's like everybody wants some sort of secret and there just isn't."

But she does borrow some of celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson's secrets, as the Inquisitr reported. Anderson also trains Jennifer Lopez, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Kim Kardashian.

Hudson emphasized that she appreciates Tracy's focus on dance moves that strengthen, elongate, and blast calories while tightening the abs.

"The things that I've seen the best for women have been anything that's real dance, something that elongates, and really really strengthens," said Kate. "So, Core Fusion, Tracy Anderson, Ballet Barre, Pilates, I think those things for women (are great) because they center on the core."

As for her diet, Kate is careful to avoid gluten and sugar. She also boosts her intake of non-starchy green vegetables by whirling up green drinks.
"I'm doing the best that I can. I believe in green juice, which is a lazy way of not eating the greens... I try to live by the basic rules, which is watch your sugar, watch your gluten."
Hudson includes her children in her gluten-free diet, although she doesn't tell them that they're eating special foods.

"I try to buy most gluten free for the house, and they're doing it so well now that it tastes good and the kids don't even know it," she joked.

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