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Ali Larter Eats the Whipped Cream Too!

I've been a fan of Ali Larter ever since her whipped cream bikini days in Varsity Blues. She's popular, but not over exposed. She's trim, but not overly skinny. Basically, she seems healthy. Go figure! Larter graces the October 2007 cover of Cosmopolitan Magazine and gives them the scoop on her life, but most fittingly, on how she approaches food and fitness.

Here are a few highlights:

Another issue where Larter is equally brazen: Her approach to diet, especially given Hollywood's rigid standards for female stars. "I love wine, bread and cheese," she says in the interview. "I just have to cut out the bread sometimes."

Larter, who characterizes her approach to food as being "just like every other girl," explains that it's all about moderation and balance. "Last night, I drank some Merlot and made potatoes au gratin with a rib-eye steak," she says. "It was amazing. I hope to always find that balance."

Her sense of moderation also translates into her exercise regimen. Put simply, Larter tells the magazine, "I don't want exercising to take over my life completely." So to stay fit, she takes runs and hikes with her dogs.

Yum, potatoes au gratin. Check out the rest of her interview in Cosmo, which is on newsstands now.

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suzlk suzlk 9 years
love Ali! =)
Spectra Spectra 10 years
I kind of wonder how honest these celebs are when they say "I eat ice cream all the time" or "I love steak and red meat and butter!", when in reality they usually eat seaweed and fish. I'm not calling Ali a liar, but I wonder how OFTEN she eats a meal that decadent. And I'm pretty sure she probably works out if she enjoys her food that much!
sweetrae80 sweetrae80 10 years
Allytta - I think a fat ass diet is if you eat meat and potatoes all the time. Maybe she does only eat these things in moderation? I mean, she must because if she ate them a lot she would probably not look so fit! Just a thought...., but truthfully I don't really eat like that either. :)
beingtazim beingtazim 10 years
or maybe the magazines just ask the same questions and want the same answers? i mean why do all of them ask every woman about image, exercise, eating habits etc? i don't recall reading things like that when men are interviewed. i agree that she seems pretty healthy. its nice that she is such a kick-butt hero in that show but isn't either too buffed up or too skinny where it just looks fake
Allytta Allytta 10 years
it's one fat ass diet - meat and potatoes... yeah, moderation, right. i never eat like that. shame on her if she thinks that is healthy.
syako syako 10 years
I think it's funny how they all say the same things in interviews...
ElasticWaist ElasticWaist 10 years
She seems to have such a balanced and relaxed approach to food and fitness -- I wish I had that!
thatgirljj thatgirljj 10 years
You know... I always thought she was just a blonde cream-puff. But man, her role in Heroes is really some very technically demanding acting. And then she does these interviews and just comes off like someone who would be a fun friend to just go for a hike and then fix dinner with. Go Ali!!!
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