Kate Hudson: “Basically I don’t eat gluten, I don’t eat that much sugar, and I really don’t eat dairy”

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Her philosophy on working out:

It’s just scientifically proven that when we are active, the healing aspects for our brain are huge. Obviously as you’re working out, you’re strengthening your heart, but your brain has to work with all of it. Now, if you want to talk about longevity, you can’t not talk about exercise. I think it’s more about tuning into what you need vs. the actual workout. If you’re super busy and stressed out, you might need more sleep than the treadmill! The 10,000 steps thing is a great thing to think about. There are so many different ways that you can be active during the day that aren’t necessarily some hard-core workout. Take the stairs—all that stuff.

On her body positivity inspiration:

I’m going to give the really obvious answer to that, which to me is Oprah. I just think she is forever, that woman. You want to do the healthy thing, but you know what? Women fluctuate. We give birth to children and carry them and breastfeed them, some of us. We are busy and we’re trying to work. Women’s bodies are very different than male bodies; the way that we store fat is different, and the way that we lose fat is different. We’re always trying to keep up—and then some of us give up, which is what we don’t want to do.

On her great experience with veganism:

My skin, like my body, it fluctuates. I’ll have three [good] days, and then boom, I’ve got pimples showing up. I’ve had a hard time figuring it out. When I went vegan last summer, my skin was the best it’s ever been—skin tone, pores, everything. Then I did Paleo, and what was interesting about Paleo was my skin wasn’t as good, but your weight drops. Food’s so good when it’s naughty, but the truth is, you’ve got to eat healthy! Sugar’s the worst—I wish it wasn’t, but it’s so brutal. Basically I don’t eat gluten, I don’t eat that much sugar, and I really don’t eat dairy. But then if I happen to be at a restaurant and they send out a dessert, I’m going to eat the dessert. And if Mario Batali whips up a pasta, I’m not going to say no!

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Kate Hudson Out, Around and About

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Kate Hudson was spotted by the cameras as she stepped out for lunch with her new boyfriend Danni Fujikawa at ‘LA Vida’ restaurant after picking up some juice from ‘Juice Crafter’ in Pacific Palisades in Los Angeles.

And on this occasion, Kate ditched the bras and went for a boho vibe outfit with loose pants.

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Kate Hudson Is Doing a Soup Detox

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The full story from Health Magazine:

Hudson’s plan, called The S.O.U.P. Cleanse, is a five-day soup detox program designed by LA-based holistic nutritionist Elissa Goodman. The all-organic meals (including some salads)—which come labeled so you know what day, and in what order to eat them—are free of dairy, soy, gluten, and added sugars.

But is doing a soup cleanse really such a good idea? According to Health’s contributing nutrition editor, Cynthia Sass, MPH, RD, souping is a better option that stricter “detoxes.” Nourishing soup can help you slim down, she explained in a prior story for Health.com. However, she pointed out, “you certainly don’t need to limit your entire diet to liquid meals to take advantage of its health and weight loss benefits.”

One of the biggest perks of soup is that it fills you up. A study in the journal Appetite found that people who ate a low-calorie soup before lunch ended up eating around 20% fewer calories overall. Other research has shown that solid food snacks before a meal (such as cheese and fruit) don’t have the same appetite-curbing effect as soup.

What’s your take on the trendy soup detox? Yay or Nay?

Soup cleanse begin 😳🍲 #FirstDayTheHardestDay #MondayMotivation

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Kate Hudson on Her First Pregnancy: ‘All of a sudden you’re 70 lbs. overweight!’

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The full story from People Magazine:

Kate Hudson can still remember a time when she didn’t feel her best self, physically.

“Remember when you had that first baby and you gained like 150 lbs.?” Chelsea Handler jokes to the actress on Wednesday’s episode of her Netflix show Chelsea. “It was like Shallow Hal, remember? Oh my God.”

“I loved it too — I relished in that moment of my [life],” she says.
There’s one specific instance that occurred the month before her now almost-teenage son‘s birth that Hudson remembers extra fondly.

Ways to Love Your Body encourages readers toward living a healthy lifestyle without putting too much pressure on themselves to be “perfect” — says it was a bit of a wake-up call in conjunction with advice from her OB/GYN.

“Even my doctor was like, ‘You know, you should try not to eat so much,’ ” she recalls. “And then after I had Ryder, that was when it sort of hit me … and then, trying to lose the weight and being in that year of my life was really interesting, ’cause then all of a sudden you have the baby and then all of a sudden you’re 70 lbs. overweight.”

“Then all of a sudden you feel very scrutinized, then all of a sudden you feel like you need to hurry up and [lose the weight].”

Continues the actress, “And it was actually emotional ’cause I couldn’t lose the weight. You plateau. Anybody who’s had that moment in their life, it just sucks.”

“There’s a catch-22 — it is just about health, isn’t it?” she says.

“So you have to then say, ‘Well, f— the people who are scrutinizing me, but I do want to get healthy. I don’t want to keep the weight on like that. I don’t want to get discouraged.’

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