What Candace Cameron Bure Does to Make 40 Look Like the New 30
Candace Cameron Bure
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Candace Cameron Bure

What Candace Cameron Bure Does to Make 40 Look Like the New 30


Looks like Candace Cameron Bure is living her healthiest life!

The 40-year-old, who has been a television star since she was a little kid, is focusing on her fitness and nutrition now more than ever.

Despite suffering from bulimia nearly 20 years ago, the mom of three is committed to becoming her best self.

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Though she splits her time between Los Angeles and New York, she’s stuck to a regimented diet that consists of vegetables, nuts, beans and quinoa.

The Full House star may be confident about her body, but that doesn’t mean she always feels great about her appearance.

"Like most women, I fuss about a few things I wish I could change," she told Cosmopolitan.com. “[But] I am at my best weight and fitness level considering my lifestyle."

Here is a breakdown of what The View co-host eats on a daily basis!

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Day 1

8 a.m.: Shakeology protein shake with half a banana and almond milk, and a cup of coffee with almond milk

12:30 p.m.: Ahi poke bowl with brown rice and cabbage in coconut milk. She’s about to board a flight, so she brings along a banana and a lot of water!

9 p.m.: Kale salad with tomato, avocado and quinoa

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Day 2

7 a.m.: Cup of coffee and Shakeology powder, banana and almond milk shake

12:30 p.m.: Kale salad with edamame, quinoa, veggies, lemon and olive oil

2 p.m.: Red apple

3 p.m.: half a Nugo Slim vegan protein bar

6 p.m.: Lentil soup and an orange
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Day 3

7:30 a.m.: Cup of raw oatmeal with coconut milk

12:30 p.m.: Roasted vegetable salad with kale and sunflower seeds

2: 30 p.m.: 3 tablespoons of Sabra hummus with raw veggies

5:15 p.m.: Protein shake made with almond milk, whey protein powder, teaspoon of almond butter, half a banana and kale

7:30 p.m.: Green salad with nuts, grilled veggies and pesto spread with three small toasts, and an apple

Keep it up girl, you’re looking great!