Gwyneth Paltrow loves her bikini body

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‘I believe in having sex’: Gwyneth Paltrow, 42, divulges fitness secrets to Women’s Health… and reveals she’s more comfortable in bikini now than 20 years ago.

And she told how she is more comfortable with her body as she gets older. “I believe, as cheesy as it sounds, in exercise, laughing, having sex, being yourself,” she told Women’s Health magazine. “I believe in having sex and I feel way more comfortable in a bathing suit now than I did 20 years ago!” The research also quashed the belief that the onset of the menopause – when women stop ovulating – lowers a woman’s sex drive. Gwyneth Paltrow signs autographs following a ceremony where the actress received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles December 13, 2010.And in the latest issue of Women’s Health, Gwyneth Paltrow reveals not only her tips and tricks, but also shows off her impressive abs and toned figure.The Oscar-winning actress announced her “conscious uncoupling” from husband Chris Martin last year and has since begun dating Glee co-creator Brad Falchuk.

I’m not like, ‘Then I use this masque that I make on my stove.'” “Anytime I do anything for a while, there’s always a ‘she’s insane,'” she says. “But then people catch on. REUTERS/Phil McCarten Timothy Caulfield, an expert on health law and science policy, is admittedly a pop culture fan, but his new book “Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything?” rails against celebrity culture and its effect on our lives. So I almost can’t go to an acupuncturist now without them thanking me for introducing the world to cupping.” “I think Goop has become synonymous with detox because we’re interested in ways to be healthy,” says Gwyneth. “It’s not hippie-ish. Celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Jenny McCarthy have offered health advice on topics like juice cleanses and vaccines, while making claims that have raised eyebrows in the medical community.

The “Mortdecai” actress also explained her daily routine, which consists of a cup of coffee, an hour of dance cardio, a salad with grilled chicken for lunch and whatever she wants for dinner. The survey found women were at their most sexually confident between the ages of 21 and 30 because they were happy with their bodies and are energetic. Most nights I eat with the kids, like, a stir-fry of chicken and broccoli or pasta or roast chicken and potatoes,’ she detailed about her meals. ‘I don’t believe in saying, ‘You’re not allowed that.’ If my kids want a Shirley Temple with the radioactive cherry in it, go for it, you know?’ she added.

While on an airplane with some turbulence recently, Paltrow decided to opt for some day drinking. “I was like, ‘F–k this,'” she told the magazine, “I had a Bloody Mary in the middle of the day.” Check out her cover photo below. The Goop creator also revealed a little about her diet and exercise regime, insisting she is not as strict about food as her reputation would have people believe. More than a third blamed this on a lack of energy, while 60 percent of those over 40 said they suffered from a low sex drive and no longer wanted to make love to their partners.

Alvarez is the chairman of obstetrics and gynecology at Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey, and senior managing editor at Although Gwyneth did not divulge about her current relationship status with rumoured boyfriend Brad Falchuk, she did talk about what she is looking for in her next romance. ‘If I’m in a relationship at this point in my life, it’s got to be a relationship worth sustaining, you know what I mean?

More controversially, Jenny McCarthy was one of many celebrities who infamously propagated the now-debunked claim that vaccines are linked to autism in children. Caulfield said that many of the multi-billion dollar crazes such as gluten-free diets, detoxing and organic juicing wouldn’t exist without celebrity endorsements. They found that half of women endure the uncomfortable and often distressing hormonal changes in their bodies for around seven years – and some for twice that time.

This is a “systemic problem” that we all take part in and are a victim of, he said. “We are hardwired to have desires to be famous and be exploited by this world,” Caulfield said, adding that celebrities have influence over us because we allow them to. Referring to the Healthspan study, Dr Hilary Jones, the health editor of ITV’s Good Morning Britain programme, said: “The research showed that 61 percent of women are suffering with anxiety due to the symptoms of the perimenopause and that women in their fifties are especially struggling. “Trouble sleeping is a big problem, which further lends itself to mood swings and irritability. He tried the different cleanses and detoxes, diets and even auditioned for “American Idol” to test out the sage wisdom of celebrities that say if you try hard enough and believe you can make it, you will. What’s surprising is how many are suffering in silence – 78 percent said they don’t discuss it, even with other women.” Has a comment offended you?

Caulfield explained that these fad diets don’t work, and that the true keys to healthy living – “don’t smoke, exercise with vigor, eat real food and love somebody” — are not sexy enough to put in magazines. While speaking with fellow hopefuls he noticed that many participants wanted money for the family and to pull themselves out of a lower-to-middle class life. Verified email addresses: All users on Independent Media news sites are now required to have a verified email address before being allowed to comment on articles. Caulfield ventures that instead of paying thousands for modeling auditions and trying out for reality show competitions you can get a better life in ways that don’t involve fame.

Caulfield said he not a “dream killer” as his son jokingly calls him, but he hopes that his message is liberating for others who have been misguided by celebrity advice.

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