“Baywatch” babe Pamela Anderson has made the cover of FHM at 48, making her the oldest cover girl in the lad mag’s history.
In the sizzling photo spread, a nude Pamela insists she’s “a very fit girl,” and dishes on her wild partying days at the Playboy Mansion.
‘The sex was amazing, all systems firing,” Anderson told FHM. “People have begged me for details, but a kiss-and-tell is not my style.I’ve never been with someone I’m not madly in love with, but I do fall in love easily.”
Pamela, a 14-time Playboy cover girl, continued: “It was a very sexy time. It was all wild but respectful. The men were elegant and you wanted to badly get the most charismatic man to notice you. Girls were everywhere, giggling and laughing.”
At 48, Anderson is as fit as ever, thanks to an active lifestyle and her longtime vegan diet.
Pamela is planning to share her vegan diet secrets in her upcoming cookbook called “Sensual Vegan.” Anderson will also launch a vegan boot line and an accessories line that includes beach bags and shoes.
The buxom 5-foot-7 Pamela, a former fitness instructor, has been a vegetarian since her teens, and switched to a vegan diet several years ago, Examiner reported.
Anderson said a vegan diet has helped her maintain her fat-free, 115-pound bikini body and manages the liver disease Hepatitis-C.
“I have Hepatitis C and I feel great, which I think has a lot to do with my diet,” Pam said in 2010. “I feel better [following a vegan diet]. I always feel healthy.”
The weight loss and anti-aging health benefits of a vegan diet aren’t surprising to Dr. David Katz, director of Yale University’s Prevention Research Center.
“A diet of minimally processed foods close to nature — predominantly plants — is decisively associated with health promotion and disease prevention,” said Katz, author of Disease-Proof.
Obesity expert Dr. Joel Fuhrman agrees. “The more greens you eat, the more weight you will lose,” said Fuhrman, author of The End of Dieting.
Anderson, who was diagnosed with Hepatitis C in 2002, has gushed about her love of working out and has long been an advocate of weight-training and calisthenics.
The mom of two recently announced she’s trying to dress less sexy as she ages.
“I think it’s time,” said Pamela, author of Raw. “You grow up and you change your look. I feel different from how I did in my ‘Playboy’ days. As I’m getting older, this is my version of toned down. I like it. I’m happy to be in my 40s.”