Mandy Moore At Jimmy Kimmel Live Show
On being accused that she photoshops her pictures to look thinner:
And ps: I am 5’10 and a size 6. I have NEVER photoshopped pictures. That’s not what I’m about. If you’re going to be rude about people’s bodies, go elsewhere.
… says Mandy on Instagram.
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“There have been times when *dieting* was the first thing on my mind all the time. I was so affected and driven by that diet and what I’m eating and how much I’m exercising.”
“I’ve just realized in time that if it’s a constant thread in the background of my life… that’s when I’m the happiest and that’s when I feel the best about myself.”
“I’m not obsessive about dieting. If I want to have a burger and fries like I did the other night in the park, then I’m going to do that because that’s okay.”
… says Mandy in People Magazine.
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Mandy Moore plans on getting healthier in 2010 – here’s the scoop from her interview with Shape Magazine:
Hit the farmers’ market every week
“I’m going through a phase where I’m kind of bored with food,” says Mandy. “I’m just tired of relying on takeout and restaurants.” To spice things up, Mandy and Ryan want to start eating at home more often. “Ryan is an amazing cook, and there’s a farmers’ market about a mile from our house,” she says. “I love the idea of getting up early on Sundays and walking to the market to pick up fresh fruits and vegetables. It’s a good way to start my day, and it makes me feel like I’ve accomplished something before other people are even awake.”
Actually use my home exercise equipment
For the last year, Mandy has been splitting her workouts between three 45-minute Pilates classes and three 45-minute hikes per week. “I’ve always had bad posture, and Pilates makes me feel taller and reminds me to keep my shoulders back,” she says. “And hiking isn’t just about doing cardio, it’s also when I can get my ‘me time’ to be alone with my thoughts.” This year she’d like to pump up her routines for a more balanced workout each time. “After Pilates I should do some cardio, and after hiking, I need to do some resistance training,” she says. “I have all the equipment in my house, and it’s just collecting dust. So after I get home from Pilates, I’m going to jump on my mini trampoline for 15 minutes. And after a hike, I’ll do some weight lifting or get down on my mat and do a set or two of crunches.”
How do you guys like the cover? It’s ruffles and daisy dukes instead of their typical bikinis!