Jessica Alba celebrated her 35th birthday with a gluten-free chocolate cake and adorable gifts of handmade paintings from her two young daughters.
Jessica has barely aged during the past decade, thanks to an organic diet, exercise, and a healthy lifestyle.
Alba recently raised eyebrows after baring her sizzling bikini body while vacationing in Hawaii.
The mom of two maintains her smoking-hot bikini body with a low carb Paleo-style diet, cardio exercise, hot yoga, and CrossFit workouts, as Celebrity Health Fitness has reported.
Alba’s diet is a low carb Paleo-based plan that features healthy fats, high-quality proteins and low-starch organic vegetables and fruits. Like other Paleos, Jessica avoid processed foods.
For exercise, Alba does yoga, CrossFit, runs on the treadmill, lifts weights, and takes spinning classes.
Jessica Alba previously trained with CrossFit coach Yumi Lee. Lee is married to CrossFit athlete Ron Mathews, who trains Joe Manganiello.
Manganiello has credited a low carb Paleo diet and CrossFit for his rippling physique, TheImproper reported.
Joe shared his diet secrets and workout routine in his bestselling book, Evolution.
Similarly, country superstar Tim McGraw lost 40 pounds with CrossFit and the Paleo diet. McGraw now has a rippling 8-pack for the first time in his life at age 48.
Research shows the Paleo diet promotes natural weight loss, reduces blood pressure, and prevents cancer, diabetes, heart disease, depression, and even Alzheimer’s.
According to a study published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, the Paleo diet is twice as effective as other diets for promoting weight loss and reducing belly fat.
Clinical trials have shown the Paleo diet reduces the risk of heart disease, curbs inflammation, and promotes weight loss, said Loren Cordain, author of The Real Paleo Diet Cookbook.
Fitness guru Mark Sisson, a former triathlete, agrees. The Paleo diet can boost fat-burning, athletic performance, and slow down the aging process, said Sisson, author of Primal Endurance.