Cameron Diaz is writing a followup to her bestselling fitness book, “The Body Book,” and is trying to get pregnant at 42.
“Cameron loves watching TV and movies at home with Benji, and she’s working on new recipes for a follow-up to The Body Book,” a source told Us June 25. “Her priorities have 100% shifted. She wanted to settle down, and she has.”
Diaz married Good Charlotte rocker Benji Madden in January 2015 after years of enjoying the single life. Cameron, 42, now wants to have a baby with Benji, who’s madly in love with the leggy blonde.
“He’s incredibly faithful,” said the source. “He messages her all the time and tells her how much he loves her. She does not doubt him for one moment.”
Cameron previously revealed her anti-aging fitness secrets are a healthy low-carb diet, lots of sex and plenty of exercise.
“The fountain of youth: I guess it’s exercise, healthy diet, lots of water, lots of laughter, lots of sex. Yes, sex! We need that as human beings,” said Diaz. “It’s healthy, it’s natural. It’s what we are here to do!”
Cameron said regular exercise is a critical component to keeping her youthful.
“You have to just do it,” Diaz said of working out.“Once you commit and really put in the effort, your body goes, ‘Oh, it’s not okay to be without this.’ People say, ‘My body rejects exercise.’ No it doesn’t. Your mind rejects exercise.”
Diaz maintains her hot bikini body by following a sensible low-carb diet and combining running, weightlifting, yoga and Pilates workouts, Examiner reported.
Low-carb diets such as the ketogenic, Atkins and Paleo diets fuel rapid weight loss by forcing the body to burn fat fuel, said Jeff Volek, author of the Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Living.
Obesity expert Dr. Eric Westman, co-author of Keto Clarity, agrees. Westman has helped hundreds of morbidly obese people lose thousands of pounds on the low-carb ketogenic, Atkins and Paleo diets.
Cameron underscored that you don’t have to deprive or starve yourself to look or feel your best. “Well-being is an equation,” said Diaz. “You don’t have to have the whole cake, you can have a piece.
Diaz added: “Don’t deprive yourself. Have fun. Just be self-aware. If your equation is 80% good, 20% bad most of the time, then a little movement toward the center isn’t going to affect you much.”
Cameron Diaz shares her weight loss, diet, workout, beauty and happiness secrets in her bestseller, The Body Book.