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    Julia Roberts Dishes Gluten-free Secrets on Instagram

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      Catch Julia Roberts' gluten-free and vegan diet and fitness tips on Instagram.


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    Celiac.com 12/20/2016 - Actress Julia Roberts is taking to Instagram to show off how she is learning about vegan food and gluten-free recipes.

    While many celebrities bounce from one extreme health and diet trend to the next, Roberts herself does not follow a strict diet or exercise plan. Instead, the 48-year old actress recommends a healthy balance of fitness and diet, and aims to create balance in her life.



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    Roberts hits the gym for 90 minutes a day, about five days a week, doing a mix of aerobics and strength training. For more ten years, Roberts has worked with celebrity trainer Kathy Kaehler, who puts her through total body workouts including Pilates and yoga along with arm and core-centric workouts.

    Restricting her strength training to light, five to ten pound weights, and doing circuit-style training helps keep Roberts tone and fit, without making her bulky or too ripped, so even as she nears 50, Roberts still lands plum roles and hot jobs, including the 2015 spring/summer campaign for Givenchy. Roberts a testament to what a healthy outlook and a healthy lifestyle can do.

    Her diet consists of high-fiber and protein-filled foods such as carrots, cabbage, black beans, leafy greens, and fresh fruit, including regular vegan and gluten-free options.

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    Photo doesn't appear to be JR at all... when I went to her Instagram account to read about her gluten-free lifestyle, it was a site dedicated to movie photos only. Not informative or even well written. I've come to expect better from Celiac.com.

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