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Bella Thorne ignores skin doctor's food advice to be happy

Published 22/06/2016

Bella Thorne
Bella Thorne

Bella Thorne works out every single day to stay in shape - and eat what she wants.

Actress Bella Thorne refused to take her skin doctor's advice about what foods to eat, because she didn't want to be miserable.

The 18-year-old has been open about her battle with acne, but in a new interview with Galore magazine, The Duff star admits she has ignored skin experts who told her to restrict her diet to help with her spots.

"My skin doctor told me, 'You need to cut out this, this, this, this.' I’m like, 'Shut up! No, I don’t'," she said. "(I said), 'You just want to make me miserable and dependent on you, and I’m not going to because I’ll eat whatever I want'."

And Bella has certainly stuck to her word, revealing she eats "anything spicy, greasy, fried, with carbs, literally, everything."

In fact, the teen doesn't diet at all, which onlookers might find hard to believe as she has an enviably slim figure, but Bella insists she makes up for her food intake with a strict exercise regime.

"I work out every single day, sometimes multiple times a day," she said. "I only really work out my core, abs, and legs, and butt is included in that. I don’t really work out my chest or shoulders all that often because I personally don’t love that look. But what’s really good is jumping squats - really good."

Bella shows off the results of her hard work in an accompanying photoshoot, wearing a tiny orange halterneck bikini in one shot before switching into gold one-piece for another picture on the beach.

Despite looking like the ultimate American beach babe, Bella revealed she does her best to stay out of the sun - to protect her skin.

"I’m not going in the sun because it’s really bad for your face, and I already don’t put moisturiser on," she explained. "I don’t want to risk the wrinkles, so I have a spray tan."

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