Kate Hudson One-Piece Perfection: Halter-Styles Get Steamy As Kate Talks Gluten-Free, Sugar-Free Diet And Juicing

Kate Hudson wore a one-piece that gave new meaning to the term. While single piece bathing suits usually are thought of as more demure, Kate went for daring by choosing a one-piece that plunged to reveal her cleavage, reported Us Weekly.

Credit Hudson’s devotion to Pilates and dance, as well as a healthy diet for that majorly toned body that she showed off in her monokini. At 36, Kate recently chopped off her long locks and went for a bob style. But Hudson spent her Memorial Day weekend doing more than flaunt her figure in a one-piece.

Hudson enjoyed chatting at the party with pals including Gwyneth Paltrow and Courteney Cox. What all three actresses share: A devotion to diet and fitness that allows them to flaunt their fabulous figures in variations on one-piece, plunging gowns.

For Kate, looking great in a one-piece is the result of long hours of working out and dieting, as the Inquisitr reported.

“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,” added Hudson.

But diet counts too, said the actress.

“You got to eat right,” declared the former Glee star. “I always say that and you know, it’s like everybody wants some sort of secret and there just isn’t.”

However, Kate works out regularly with celebrity personal trainer Tracy Anderson.

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

In addition, Hudson has developed her own set of guidelines for a healthy lifestyle, reported Glamour.

“I’m healthy but I’m not a preachy person,” said Kate. “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, watch out for too much dairy, I try not to eat too much red meat. And I try not to eat too much fish.”

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