Gwyneth Paltrow: “I’d rather die than be studying my face”

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On being happy with her looks and not obsessing about her appearance:

‘I’d rather die than be studying my face. I just brush my teeth and try to get dressed and get everyone up. I don’t tend to wear much make-up either. I’m pretty content with my looks at this point. I like my wrinkles and you know, I like what I see. I try to appreciate the incredible life I’ve lived and all I’ve learned. I like that all of that is written on my face.’

… says Gwyneth.

 

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Gwyneth Paltrow Brings Today’s Quote

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On beauty:

I really think that beauty comes from the woman, and when the woman knows herself and is comfortable with herself, she just exudes a real allure and real beauty. I really believe in exercise as a beauty secret. I think that is the key to keeping your skin tone. You are detoxifying and it keeps you looking young and healthy. I also try to drink a lot of water and I try to eat healthy, although yesterday I had a huge plate of French fries and a glass of wine.

… says Gwyneth.

 

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Gwyneth Paltrow Brings the Quote of the Day

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On her guilty pleasures:

“I exercise a lot, five days a week, and then I don’t have to think about it. I want to eat whatever I want. I ate a big bowl of French fries before my interview started, I drink probably six nights a week, I smoke a cigarette once in a while and I don’t want to think about all that stuff.”

… says Gwyneth.

 

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Gwyneth Paltrow Talks Make-up and Workouts

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On skincare and makeup:

“It’s very minimal. After I drop my kids, I always exercise and then I take a shower and I basically just put on moisturizer—and that’s kind of it. If I have a meeting or something I’ll put on some mascara, but that’s as far as I go. No, I just I never do [foundation]. I’ve been getting my makeup put on for me since I was 20 years-old, so I never learned how to do it, and I’m really bad at it.”

On the benefits of working out:

“I believe, for me, doing some cardio vascular exercise everyday is really good for my skin for detoxification and skin tone and color. I do the Tracy Anderson method, so I dance for an hour.”

… says Gwyneth.

 

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Bikini Hottie Gwyneth Paltrow Reveals Detox Diet

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Gwyneth Paltrow is famous for her annual detox diets and for being quite obsessive when it comes to dieting and fitness. And recently, the actress (who is currently showing off her bikini body while on vacation) shared details about her New Year detox diet. More from Radar:

As much of the East Coast is battered with blizzard conditions, it might seem like a good time for a hearty bowl of oatmeal or mashed potatoes. But Gwyneth Paltrow thinks fans should curl up with a nice mug of water — with lemon if they’re lucky. Wannabe lifestyle guru Paltrow released her annual New Year’s detox diet through her Goop newsletter on January 2, and it is heavy on water and spices and little else. Now, a top nutritionist tells RadarOnline.com exclusively that she’s advocating a “starvation-type-diet” that could be seriously dangerous for anyone who follows it.

Day One of Paltrow’s diet, for example, starts off with a glass of “room temperature lemon water.” At 8 am, dieters may indulge in a mug of herbal tea. At 10, for breakfast, it’s still more tea with various spices and just two tablespoons of almond butter mixed with half a cup of almond milk. At 11:30, it’s time for tea or lemon water again. And at 1:30, her recipe for lunch — which serves four! — includes just one cup of chickpeas, six cups of water, one large onion, juice from three lemons and salt and pepper. Three hours later, dieters can snack on a paté made from 3/4 cup of walnuts, one cup of lentils, one large onion and seasonings. Finally, dinner time is 1/4 of a stuffed squash.

Hungry yet? “Basically, there is no food until about 4 in the afternoon, which for a ‘winter’ detox should be the opposite!” Dr. Fred Pescatore, MPH, CCN tells Radar exclusively.

In addition, he says, “The only foods on tap are foods meant to make you eliminate [waste] one way or the other. It is essentially a three-day fast with a bit of protein thrown in. There is no doubt that this will make you lose weight,” Dr. Pescatore points out, “as this is a starvation-type-diet with lots of liquid to make you feel full, but nothing to nourish the body or soul. … It’s basically no food or nutrition.”

Would-be-dieters would be better off, Dr. Pescatore [www.logicalhealthalternatives ] says, switching things up. “As for plain detox diets, the food is best eaten [early], especially in the winter when we are hungrier in the morning,” he explains. “Try working, being a mother, or just trying to exercise on this detox. You would never make it through the day!”

More bikini pictures next!

 

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