Drama, drama, drama!
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Obviously nothing like that really existed, because we're sure people assume it's a super niche market! For Alicia, it's less about how niche it is, and more about helping others. That's why she created that shizz FOR the world!
Here's what she says:
We love it when a lady is happy after working out!!
On Wednesday, Alicia Silverstone left a pilates class in West Hollywood, and if it wasn't for her big bright smile, we would've thought she was down in the dumps. LOLz
The Vamps actress was wearing an off-the-shoulder top, sweat pants and sneakers, and even though her outfit wasn't tight, we could see that Alicia still had it going in!!
Peep the gorgeous mama (above)!
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It's no secret that they work out A LOT, but what isn't as well-known is their use of specialty diets, cleansing products, and even meal delivery services.
Check out nutritionist and Fitperez correspondent Lisa DeFazio in the video above, discussing the various diet plans used by celebs and whether or not those plans are worth a shot.
With SO MANY different fad diets emerging in Hollywood, Lisa will do a review of one featured in the tabloids EVERY MONTH and let you know whether it's a good idea to follow it or forget it!
Don't forget to check out her website for more great advice and send any questions her way at Tips@FitPerez.com!
Alicia Silverstone looks like her baby is ready to pop out any second now, but that's not stopping her from staying fit!
The soon-to-be mom was spotted making her way to her yoga class in Hollwood on Thursday while displaying her plump baby bump.
She is expecting to give birth to her first child with husband Christopher Jarecki in April and we couldn't be more excited for her!!
The Clueless star also recently published a health book called The Kind Diet, which follows vegan principles and teaches readers to utilize leftovers to streamline meal time.
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Alicia Silverstone has a killer new cookbook, The Kind Diet, out about how to utilize leftovers and streamline meal time.
Here are a handful of tips from the cookbook to help you out around the kitchen:
– Always make extra grain and beans — enough for a couple of days. You can use this food as the base for the next few meals, adding vegetables and other extras to round out meals.
– For a quick dinner, start with a salad as your base. Just add yummy leftovers like rice, beans, and seeds, or even a potato or tempeh . . . whichever you have around the kitchen that sounds good to you. Get creative. Throw in raisins. Go crazy!
– Wrapping leftovers in nori is perfect for eating on the fly or on a road trip. If you have food that you're not excited about but don't have the energy to turn into something amazing, just wrap it in nori and it gets a complete makeover.
– Soups are great for quick meals because you can empty the fridge into a leftover soup! Start with water or a good vegetable stock, then add grain or sweet potatoes or beans and any vegetables you haven't gotten around to using. Eat with a slice of toast. Quick, yummy, and satisfying.