Singer Fergie looked sensational in a topless Instagram selfie to promote her new single, “M.I.L.F.$.”
Fergie is working on her new album, “Double Dutchess,” the long-awaited follow-up to her hit 2006 album, Dutchess.
Judging by her sizzling physique, it’s hard to believe it has been 10 years since the Black Eye Peas singer released an album.
The Grammy winner has been keeping a low profile since giving birth to son Axl (with actor husband Josh Duhamel) in August 2013.
Fergie’s bikini fitness and weight loss secrets are a vegetarian diet, cardio exercise, and belly dance yoga workouts.
“I’m doing some belly dancing yoga,” said Fergie. “I work out all the time.”
Fergie has long followed a mostly vegetarian diet and is a huge fan of juicing. Her favorite green juice combines kale, spinach and broccoli with apples and pears.
“Josh turned me on to juicing, and now I do it when I wake up and between meals,” she said. “We blend kale, spinach, broccoli and celery with a banana, an apple and a pear. We have two Vitamixes going at once!”
“The energy it gives me is amazing! I hardly need caffeine anymore.”
Dewan joins a long list of celebrity vegetarians and vegans, including Christie Brinkley, Beyonce and Jennifer Lopez.
The age-defying health benefits of vegan and vegetarian diets are no surprise to fitness expert Brian Adams.
A plant-based diet has been shown to promote weight loss and longevity and prevent disease, said Adams, author of Vegan Diet For Easy Weight Loss.
Dr. Neal Barnard agrees. “Studies suggest that free radicals [toxic molecules that form in the body] contribute to aging,” Barnard wrote in his book, the 21-Day Weight Loss Kickstart.
“A vegan (or vegetarian) diet, rich in fruits and vegetables, is full of antioxidants which help protect the body from damage by free radicals.”