Candace Cameron Bure is looking better than ever! The actress and mom of three recently revealed how she stays so slim despite her hectic schedule. Ahead, find out Candace’s exact diet and fitness routine.
At age 40, Candace Cameron Bure is in the best shape of her life, and it’s all thanks to a super clean diet and regular workouts. Speaking with Cosmopolitan, Candace shared her exact diet, recording her daily meal plan. And, she let fans in on her workout.
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In a video for Comso, Candace and her trainer Kira Stokes walk viewers through her typical workout. Showing off some serious jump rope skills, Kira shared that Candace always travels with a jump rope, which is a great way to get in some cardio for anyone with an on-the-go schedule like Candace, who regularly travels between NYC and LA during the week.
“I couldn’t travel the way I do and keep up with my schedule if I didn’t work out,” she says in the video, sharing that her workouts range from 30-minute sessions to two-hour sessions anywhere from three to five days a week. After her warm up, Candace concentrates on exercises for the triceps, thighs, butt and abs.
Candace also stresses the importance of eating well, sharing her mostly vegan diet with Cosmo over the course of three days. On day two of her food diary, Candace started off with a cup of coffee and a protein shake that she made with Shakeology powder, a banana and almond milk.
For lunch that day, Candace said she was on the set of The View so she ordered a salad, explaining, “I almost always order a salad, just mix it up with different restaurants and ingredients — sometimes sweet potatoes and steamed vegetables.” Snacking on a red apple, before her workout session with Kira, Candace had half of a protein bar for some extra energy.
When in LA, Candace says her husband usually cooks, but in NYC, she’s on her own. “I tend to eat prepared foods, like lentil soup from Juice Press and Whole Foods. I don’t always eat soup for dinner, but it’s surprisingly filling. I ate an orange for dessert — although I’ll sometimes have [a] few pieces of dark chocolate when I’m craving something sweeter.”
Will you be incorporating any of Candace’s diet and fitness tips into your routine, HollywoodLifers?