By Leah Ornstein - Radar Style & Beauty Editor
“I run four to five times a week, mixing it up among distance running, intervals on a track, and running uphill on a treadmill,” she explains about her weekly workout regiment.
“I don’t eat meat and stopped eating chicken – my skin has gotten a lot better.”
The star, who battled her demons back in 2008 at Cirque Lodge, where Demi Moore is currently undergoing treatment for anorexia and prescription pill addiction issues, has a healthy approach to body image.
“It doesn’t matter what you have or what you look like. It’s something everyone has to work at,” she explains.
“I realize I have contributed to a certain happy, healthy, empowered image, but that’s not all of me. I feel it’s important to let women know that I have similar struggles. What I tell girls is what they don’t like about themselves now, they will probably end up loving as an adult, because that’s
what happened to me. When I am complimented on things that I didn’t like when I was 13, like my overbite and my mole, that’s when you realize that your imperfections are why people love you.”