Actresses Demi Moore, Halle Berry and Renee Zellweger heated up the red carpet at the CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute taping in Los Angeles Nov. 20, 2010.
Amazingly, all three celebs are over 40 and fabulous, proving that a healthy diet and an active lifestyle can help maintain a fit physique and youthful appearance.
Demi, who just celebrated her 48th birthday on Nov. 11, recently made headlines when she flaunted her slammin’ bikini body on Twitter photos. Moore maintains her lean physique by working out regularly, following a low-calorie diet and doing occasional juice fasts.
Halle, 44, who was recently voted one of the Most Eligible Single Women in the world along with Jennifer Aniston, 41, and Elin Nordegren, 30, is unfazed by getting older, saying this is the best time of her life.
Berry, who’s diabetic, maintains her lean, toned physique by working out daily and eating lots of vegetables, lean proteins and complex carbohydrates
“I do not love to work out,” Halle recently confessed. “But if I stick to exercising every day and put the right things in my mouth, then my diabetes just stays in check.”
Halle, who recently weaned herself off insulin, works out for 90 minutes, five days a week with celebrity trainer Gunnar Peterson, who has also worked with Angelina Jolie, Sylvester Stallone, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez.
Meanwhile, Renee, 41, is an avid runner who gained — and lost — 30 pounds in 2001 and in 2004 for the Bridget Jones movies. Of losing the weight after shooting both films, Zellweger, who runs 3-5 miles six days a week, said:
“It was horrible. On one side it’s fantastic because you get to go back to taking care of yourself, but the first lap around the track I felt like I had a toddler on my back.”