While some celebrities prefer to keep their weight loss diet secrets forever to themselves, both Gwyneth Paltrow and Cindy Crawford are sharing un-retouched photos and all the details on what they use to maintain their sleek physiques at 40-plus. In the case of Crawford, it’s her proud husband Rande Gerber who posted a photo of his 48-year-old wife wearing only a bikini, reported the Daily Mail.
“She got flowers and I got her. Happy Valentines Day @cindycrawford!” wrote the 52-year-old supportive entrepreneur.
Rande’s decision to share that photo follows an unretouched photo of Crawford clad only in black lingerie that went viral, as the Inquisitr reported. Marie Claire magazine confirmed that the leaked photo had not been Photoshopped.
Cindy also shared her low-carb diet tips for weight loss success, which focus on boosting protein and cutting carbohydrates.
“I start out with a protein shake. That gets me through with very even energy. Have a salad for lunch. I feel better with protein so I like a salad with fish or chicken.”
And while supermodel Cindy stripped down to a lingerie for a photoshoot, Gwyneth Paltrow shared her bare body for a film, Thanks for Sharing, reported the Huffington Post.
And although the movie forced her to strip, Paltrow revealed that she takes the theme of sex addiction seriously.
“There’s a line in the movie where somebody says something like, ‘Isn’t sex addiction just an excuse that men use when they get caught cheating?’ But actually it is a real pathology. And it was interesting to learn about it and to see what the behavior is and what causes it and how people are sober. It was very interesting.”
Gwyneth also shared her bikini body for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, shown below.
As for Paltrow’s secrets to staying fit and fab at 42, she’s all about soup cleanses, especially in the winter, reported Us Weekly.
“In the colder months, when our bodies crave warmth and comfort, juice at every meal isn’t very appealing. And so soup — the ultimate comfort food — makes a whole lot of sense as a wintertime alternative.”
But is it really safe? Dr. Frank Lipman explains how soup can serve as a detoxifying cleanse.
“[Vegetable-based soup helps distribute nutrients that support the body’s detoxification systems and] anti-microbials to kill the ‘bad’ guys in the gut, that are a common source of toxicity.”
You can order that soup from one of the increasing number of soup cafes. Or, if you prefer a do-it-yourself-version, there’s a new rapid weight loss diet called “Total 10 Rapid Weight Loss Low-Carb Diet” that includes a recipe for detoxifying vegetable broth”, as the Inquisitr reported.
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