Disease Proof

More on Alanis Morissette's Eat to Live Adventure...

In January, we learned how singer Alanis Morissette slimmed down and got healthy on Eat to Live. Well, earlier this month she talked more about her transformation.

'I used to get out of bed in the morning and things were aching, and I just thought, this is what happens when you get into your 30s,' she told America's OK! magazine.

'But now I jump out of bed and have so much energy; I feel very alive. Even after a workout, I feel like if I rest a little bit I could go out dancing all night, so that’s exciting.'

Of her diet overhaul, she says: 'I saw this book, Eat to Live, and I thought, that’s exactly what I want to do. I wasn’t interested in some fad diet that was unsustainable.

'So I opened it and flipped through and thought the weight loss is incidental. The primary focus is disease prevention.'

Via The Daily Mail.

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Suz - July 28, 2009 7:37 AM

This is so cool to see a star interested in a healthy meal plan that involves real food cooked at home by you instead of the ones who are on the Jenny Craig and Nutrisystem commercials with fake frozen foods that taste vile.

Michael - July 28, 2009 10:35 AM

Wow! I didn't know she lost so much weight! It is good to see some celebrities following ETL. I really like her ne w album!


jocelyn - July 28, 2009 4:05 PM

So good to see Eat to Live get some more press coverage. Celebrities carry a lot of "weight" in the marketing department, so hopefully this will give the book and Dr F the exposure it deserves.

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