At 42, rocker and mother of 2, Gwen Stefani is fitter than ever.
“There is no secret: You just have to eat healthy, work out, and torture yourself!” Gwen told the September 2012 issue of Harper’s Bazaar.
“I work out five days a week, I can’t imagine not doing it,” said Stefani, who reportedly follows a vegan diet. “I’d like to have no rules and eat what I want, but I’ve learned over the years that I’m so disappointed when I can’t wear the clothes I want to wear.
“If I let myself down, appear on stage when I’m not looking my best, it’s not fun for me. I just beat myself up about it.
I’d say the vegan diet and 5 day a week workouts are working for Gwen wouldn’t you?
She told Dr. Sanjay Gupta on Monday’s edition of Piers Morgan Tonight that watching his documentary, “The Last Heart Attack,” gave her lots of food for thought.
Then after reading the book “Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease, which advocates a plant based, oil free diet, Pfeiffer says her mind was made up.
“I just felt like…there was science behind it,” she says. “And, you know, it was sort of irrefutable. … I couldn’t not listen to it. My father died from cancer, and the older you get, there’s a lot of disease around you. And you see people struggling with chronic disease. You see people dying with terminal illnesses. And if in any way …. this is true, then you kind of have to listen to it.”
To prep for her upcoming nuptials to fiance Eric Johnson the 30-year-old singer has enlisted the help of celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson, who’s customized a routine that includes dance aerobics, ab work and strength training.
“She wants to look healthy,” Anderson tells the new issue of UsWeekly (on stands now).
After a few weeks of 75-minute, four-day-a-week workouts, “she’s seeing results,” says a pal. “She really loves it. She thinks it’s so much fun.”
I bet Jessica’s diet has changed recently as well since her fiancé, follows a vegan diet.