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JLo: Diet slips are natural

Published 30/04/2015

Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez is happy to share everything she's learnt about fitness for those looking to get into shape for summer.

The 45-year-old's healthy eating and working out certainly pays off as she constantly rocks a slender and toned physique.

Despite aiming to maintain discipline, Jennifer insists everyone has their weaknesses when it comes to food.

"We're all human. I don't think you should beat yourself up if you make a mistake or if you have a potato chip," she explained to People. "Everyone wants a cookie or a piece of cake or fried chicken every once in a while. It's not about that. It's about consistently and always trying to be better and trying to do good."

Jennifer explains that while she is lucky enough to have the pick of "all kinds of trainers" and endless options for great products, she doesn't want to keep that knowledge to herself.

This is where her new lifestyle brand BodyLab comes in, for which she has just launched a fitness challenge called #BeTheGirl.

"Summer is coming, and everybody's going to be in their bathing suits soon. And I love sharing the things that I've learned," the star continued. "I'm really privileged to get a breadth of knowledge, and I want to share that knowledge with others."

She most recently showed off her killer figure as she arrived on the set of American Idol, on which she is a judge, in Hollywood yesterday.

For those looking to get into JLo shape, Jennifer reassures them that she will help along the way during the ten-week #BeTheGirl programme.

"I'm in the challenge with you," she added. "I'm going to be there [through the website and app] trying to push you along and be your cheerleader and be your support and telling you what to do and showing you exactly how to do it. This is something everyone can do. Sometimes you just need a little motivation."

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