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LeAnn Rimes: I take 40 pills daily

Published 12/08/2015

LeAnn Rimes
LeAnn Rimes

LeAnn Rimes goes to extremes to ensure she is healthy.

The 32-year-old Spitfire songstress is fit, toned and serious about staying that way.

In fact she is so stringent with what goes in and out of her body, the star undertakes daily health tasks most people would shy away from.

"I’m a big vitamin person. I take like 20 pills in the morning and 20 at night. Fish oil, prenatal vitamins, probiotics, biotin," LeAnn detailed to Into the Gloss. "I have an herbalist I work with who has put me on a bunch of different things. I’m very strict about making sure I take them."

In addition to her vitamin intake, LeAnn ensures she remains in peak condition by working out often.

The singer likes to dabble in a variety of exercises so that fitness never becomes boring.

“I switch it up between circuit training, Pilates, boxing, and yoga every once in a while,” she shared. “I also jump rope a lot when I’m on the road. That’s one thing that I carry with me because you can do it wherever.”

LeAnn has suffered from a severe skin condition most of her life.

The star wants to stay fit and eat well to preclude her psoriasis from flaring up badly again like it did when she was a child.

“I’ve had really bad psoriasis since I was two. You’d never know it now, but I’ve been dealing with it a long time. I had to wear a lot of long pants or jeans and two or three pairs of pantyhose in the summertime,” LeAnn recalled. “It was a nightmare. I started taking a biologic drug. I take a shot every two weeks, and I hate needles, but that’s what I had to do to get my skin clear. I went through every type of treatment known to man. Now, I'm on Humira—it was a shot in the dark, and thank God it worked. I do break out every so often, but I have topical stuff that I put on for that.”

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