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Brooke-Burke Charvet may be may 41 years old, but she doesn't look a day over 28!
The former Dancing with the Stars co-host scored a front on Health's April issue, and during her interview with the mag, she talked about how she's aging, her cancer diagnosis and her health.
Here are the HIGHlights:
With each passing decade past 25 years of age, there is a slight 3-4% decrease in metabolism, which translates to muscle loss. Hence, muscle loss is not a result of aging, but as a result of lifestyle choices and exercises. So, pump that iron for life!
We'll pretty much believe whatever Jane Fonda tells us at this point, because girl has eaaaarned it!
Plus, she's 100% right: staying active is one of the most important parts of aging. We've seen it over and over again how someone who was very healthy starts to decline fast the moment they retire — unless they keep up the pace!
Jane says that exercise itself is the most important part of her daily routine as she ages, and at 75 while looking like that… we believe her!!
Elizabeth Hurley is beautiful and has been totes gorgeous for a very long time now.
She's always lived a healthy lifestyle, following a strict diet and getting her workout on regularly.
As she ages, she realizes that being too gung-ho could actually be negatively affecting her appearance!
Dr. Oz actively tries to have sex at least three times a week!
We're sure lots of people and every college student ever try to do the same, but we bet Dr. Oz gets it in on the reg. LOLz!
Dr. Oz said that regular erotic activity can increase your lifespan!!
Beano Cook, if you haven't heard of him, was a longtime contributor to the Pittsburgh sports scene and an ESPN college football studio commentator since 1986. He actually had the nickname the "Cardinal of College Football" because of how knowledgeable and good he was at his job.
He has passed away at 81 years old.
Here is what George Bodenheimer, ESPN executive chairman, said in a statement: