Forget politics, Malia Obama is gearing up for a future in the entertainment industry following her stint as one of the First Kids. Get it, girl!
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Jessica Alba just got done writing her book, The Honest Life: Living Naturally and True to You, which is jam PACKED with mommy tips and how to raise your kids in an eco-friednly way.
And while the starlet strives on keeping her advice cost efficient, Gwyneth Paltrow has been busy promoting her book, It's All Good, which insists that people should go on a low-carb gluten-free expensive diet.
The difference between the ladies' books is that the Little Fockers actress' advice is affordable to all, while Paltrow thinks it's ok to spend a butt-load of money on food.
Miz Alba said:
"Alicia Silverstone is a vegan, so she's the extreme side of it. Gwyneth Paltrow probably lives a very similar lifestyle, but I didn't grow up with a bunch of money, so my tips are much more grounded: repurposing things and making things at home. I absolutely do these things. That's why I wrote the book. There's lots of options, like delivery services for fresh produce that is organic, if people just want to do a couple of things in the book that are super-easy…You can take what you want from the book."
Paltrow has backed her diet so much that she even admitted that her kids, Apple and Moses, and hubby Chris Martin are left starving because of what they eat, but she still continues to feed them the non-filling costly meals.
So because Alba's advice is a lot more welcoming and attainable, we can understand why she's talking shiz.
After all, her babies, Haven and Honor aren't getting starved! LOLz
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