Kate Hudson looked gorgeous in the November 2015 issue of Allure, where she revealed her fitness secrets and why she broke off her engagement with Matthew Bellamy of Muse.
Hudson, who’s divorced from Black Crowes singer Chris Robinson, broke up with ex-fiance Matthew Bellamy because the couple didn’t have a shared vision for their future.
“If Matt and I had a great relationship, we would still be together, but we chose to move on because we had different visions of how we wanted to live our lives,” Kate told Allure.
“That doesn’t mean we can’t rebuild something that would be the best thing for the kids. Relationships ending are painful, and you can choose to carry that or you can choose to reframe it.”
Hudson, who’s co-parenting her children with their two dads, is now dating singer Nick Jonas, 23. Kate, 36, has two sons: Ryder Robinson (with Chris Robinson) and Bing Bellamy (with Matt Bellamy).
“We need to try to create something for the kids where they feel like they’re gaining something rather than losing something,” said Kate. “It’s been a seamless transition. Kids just want to see their parents be cool. Everybody’s cool; everybody’s good.”
Hudson, a longtime workout fanatic, said consistency is the key to her sexy bikini body.
“People think you need two hours a day to do it, and that’s bullsh*t,” said Kate. “If you work out 20 minutes a day in some way, you’re going to see changes.
Hudson’s weight loss secrets are a low-carb alkaline diet and Brazilian Butt Lift workouts, as Celebrity Health Fitness has reported.
Kate, who lost 70 pounds after both her pregnancies now follows the Alkaline Diet, whose other celebrity proponents include Kelly Ripa and Elle Macpherson.
“Because I want to be as healthy as possible, I eat alkaline. That’s my go-to,” said Hudson. “It’s no dairy, it’s no wheat, it’s gluten-free, no meat and no sugar. I just cut all of that out. And no wine and no beer—only vodka and only tequila, straight up.”
The 5-foot-6 Hudson, who once weighed 184 pounds, said losing the baby weight was extremely hard, and she exercised up to six hours a day to lose weight.
While she no longer works out for hours every day, Kate maintains an active lifestyle because exercise makes her feel good.
Hudson’s bikini workout regimen these days includes running sprints, weightlifting, cardio exercise and Brazilian Butt Lift. “I love Brazilian Butt Lift, it’s like a DVD,” said Hudson.
Kate, who loves to eat, said diet is critical for maintaining her flat abs and 70-pound weight loss, and said the Alkaline Diet is perfect for her.
“When you start to become more alkaline, it’s just basically healthier,” said Hudson. “Everything digests better, your blood is [at a proper pH balance].”
On the Alkaline Diet, people sometimes eat even more than they usually do. The theory behind the Alkaline Diet is that eating a diet high in alkaline-producing foods will minimize acid buildup in our bodies (which fuels inflammation, aging and weight gain).
When you ingest too many acidic foods, your pH levels get disrupted, causing weight gain and disease, said Dr. Stephan Domenig, author of The Alkaline Cure.
The alkaline diet can transform your body and mind so you can embrace total health and well-being, said Marta Tuchowska, author of How to Lose Massive Weight with the Alkaline Diet.
Kate said her favorite breakfast is eggs. “I love eggs, soft boiled eggs,” gushed Hudson. I do a 5-minute soft-boiled egg. It’s my favorite thing on the planet.”