Sexy At 61 Christie Brinkley Talks Vegetarian Anti-Aging Weight Loss Diet And Seeing Naked Cindy Crawford [Video]

Supermodel Christie Brinkley is sharing all her sexy-at-61 secrets. From diet to anti-aging tips, Brinkley is ready to tell all, reported Fox News.

Talking with Dr. Mehmet Oz on his talk show, Christie also discussed the controversy that ensued when Cindy Crawford was revealed looking fabulous at 49 in lingerie. Some contended that the photos actually were photoshopped.

But Christie revealed that she saw Cindy naked, and got so inspired that she boosted her own regimen.

“I just shared a dressing room with Cindy Crawford — at most, it was a year ago, OK — we’re in the dressing room and I turned around to grab something and Cindy is stark naked stepping into something,” laughed Brinkley.

“She looked perfect. It was kind of annoying. I was very inspired and went home and did my exercises.”

And the message from both Cindy and Christie is simple. It takes work, said the supermodel.

“I’m telling you with my own eyes, she was perfect. I know that she takes really good care of herself,” added Christie.

Christie believes that attitude is as important as exercise, she told Dr. Oz.

“I think that ultimately your age is determined by your attitude. It’s not the number, it’s not how many wrinkles you have on your face. It’s the energy that you project.”

Cindy Crawford agrees that attitude is everything, as the Inquisitr reported.

“I really think – at any age – it’s learning to be comfortable in your own skin. If women would treat themselves with the same kind of love they give to their friends, that would be such a great gift we could give ourselves. What makes you the most attractive is self-confidence. That’s what people see,” said the 49-year-old model.

However, Crawford also pays attention to her diet, following a carefully designed high protein diet that emphasizes organic foods.

In contrast, as for her own diet, mom and model Brinkley considers herself a vegetarian, she told Harper’s Bazaar.

“I haven’t touched a piece of meat since I read a graphic description of Chicago’s slaughterhouses when I was 12,” revealed Christie. “Over the years I’ve gone through all the varying phases, but currently I’m a vegetarian who doesn’t eat fish or dairy except for goat’s and sheep’s milk.”

However, Brinkley does enjoy eggs in addition to milk.

“Every morning I make myself a cappuccino with a drawing in the foam,” she revealed.

“I have sheep’s-milk yogurt from Old Chatham Sheepherding Company mixed with organic blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, papaya, chia seeds, raw oatmeal, and walnuts. If I want protein, I’ll have an egg-white omelet with spinach and mushrooms.”

Lunch typically includes a salad with beans or grains, and Christie nibbles on an afternoon snack of pumpkin seeds and nuts or sips vegetable dish. For dinner, she usually has brown rice and lentils, with more veggies.

As for indulgences?

“I like a glass of red wine with dinner because it doesn’t interfere with my sleep (and) a piece of a Gnosis Pom Açai raw chocolate bar every day,” confessed Christie.

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