Brooke Burke, 47, Reveals What She Eats & How She Works Out To Look Half Her Age

Brooke Burke, 47, Reveals What She Eats & How She Works Out To Look Half Her Age

Brooke Burke is a mom of four and a cancer survivor, but by her own admission, she’s in ‘better shape now’ than she was in her twenties. We sat down with the former ‘DWTS’ host to find out how she does it! Brooke Burke was as gorgeous as ever when she co-hosted a private dinner on April 29, while celebrating the Nautica Malibu Triathlon and benefitting Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Brooke, who recently wowed the world with a stunning nude pic on Instagram, continues to prove that age is just a number. The TV host-turned-fitness mogul has four kids — Shaya Braven Charvet, Heaven Rain Charvet, Neriah Fisher, and Sierra Sky Fisher. And back in 2012, she battled thyroid cancer and won. Now, at 47, she’s single — she and Baywatch babe David Charvet split in 2018 — and she’s in the best shape of her life. So, what are the secrets to her ageless beauty? “I intermittent fast, so I don’t eat breakfast,” Brooke revealed EXCLUSIVELY to HollywoodLife. “I’ll wake up and do coffee or a black tea. Sometimes I do bulletproof coffee, where I’ll put in the butter and the heavy cream, which I think is really good. We need fat, it’s all the things that we were trained not to do that really feed our brain and our skin, our hair. I do eat a lot of fat but I am pretty conscious of what I eat, I don’t eat processed food really at all. I intermittent fast faithfully but I’m not like 16 hours strict, it really depends, but I start with the coffee and...

Happy Fourth of July!

Happy Fourth of July everybody! As you know The Fourth of July is the holiday that really kicks off summer and is always surrounded by family, friends and “food”! The ritual of a family get together and food goes back even before 1776.  This ritual was established because back in the day families worked for food and basic survival. So coming together and sharing a meal was the ultimate communion. Well today most of us are blessed to have our basics covered.  So I throw out to you a different form of family get together. Create a ritual of activity with your family. Create an annual bike ride. Create a Fourth of July hike or a softball game.  Something even extreme as a family river trip, a  rock climbing adventure or my favorite, a family surf trip or annual ocean paddle. I have these huge soft top long boards that are 12 feet long!  Every year I try to get as many family and friends to do a paddle to the pier and back where I live.  It’s a long paddle and takes a couple hours. Some paddle ocean kayaks and load them up with family. The comradery that comes from this is incredible.  The bonding of a family “work out” goes far beyond breaking bread.  I have had families from different areas bike from where they lived to a neutral camping spot. Some families rode seven days.  Once there, the shared experiences and stories of everyone’s journeys are moments that last a life time and exceed far beyond a nice meal shared together. Anyway, just food for thought....