Aniston reveals exercise, diet plan

Last updated 05:00 11/02/2012
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WEIGHT-WATCHING: Jennifer Aniston follows a low-fat, high-protein diet.

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Jennifer Aniston has revealed the hard work that goes into maintaining her figure, saying she exercises "at least five or six times a week".

The 44-year-old actress always travels with fitness equipment and finishes her day with a set of stretches and sit-up at bedtime.

"I work out almost every day, at least five or six days a week. I do 40 minutes of cardio: spinning, running, the elliptical, or a combination of all three. Then I do Pilates one day a week, and I do yoga in addition to that, three days a week. I try to mix it up," she told the US edition of InStyle magazine.

"I take 8lb [3.6kg] weights with me whenever I'm staying in a hotel. It's always good to do arm exercises when you're watching television or talking on the phone. I also love to stretch before I go to bed, and usually throw in a couple of sit-ups."

Aniston also shared the diet plan she follows to maintain her gorgeous figure.

She follows a high-protein, low-fat eating regime and complements her meals with fish oil, which is known to have numerous health benefits.

"Most of the time I eat things like salmon or other fish, quinoa, lentils, and green vegetables. You're told to avoid fried food, but I don't always," she said.

"I had Mexican the other night and ate everything you can imagine! I also take Omega Cure liquid fish oil and resveratrol, which is supposed to be good for your heart."

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