Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 17 April 2014

Foodie Faris

Anna Faris

Anna Faris' love of food means she has no time for a nutritionist.

The 36-year-old actress balances her love of food by taking to the great outdoors for exercise.

And with young son Jack to look after, her first with actor husband Chris Pratt, Anna's bucked with the Hollywood trend of having a nutritionist plan her meals preferring to do it herself.

"I love to indulge. I love food but I also love to hike and be outside. I wouldn't go around bragging that I'm a healthy person, though.

"My son is one year old and it feels like there's no time to eat. That's the best post-pregnancy diet. My husband also loves to eat and I love to cook for him," she told British newspaper The Metro.

Wine is another indulgence for Anna, and she confessed that sometimes she needs a glass or two before watching her movies back.

Admitting she doesn't like to see herself on screen the actress has found a solution to the problem in the form of her new movie Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2, where she once again lent her voice to the character of Sam Sparks.

Whether it's her voice being used on screen, or another comedic role for which she's become so well known for, Anna no longer sweats over the small stuff.

"One of the great things about getting older, or the only good thing about getting older, is I feel happier and less stressed about stuff.

"I feel like I was in a panic in my twenties. I was competitive and insecure and I took rejection harder. Having a baby makes you priorities shift. I'm feeling very fortunate and happy," she said.

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