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Cameron Diaz Wants to Teach Nutrition

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Actress Cameron Diaz is making a career move to become a nutrition educator. She will still be acting and producing films but she wants to share her love of proper nutrition with the world. In an interview with InStyle magazine, the “Charlie’s Angels” star opened up about her passion to get involved with educating others on proper nutrition.

She said, “Everyone needs to find a purpose, and I think mine is to help other people. This project is only in the blueprint stages, but I’m creating a space where I can teach healthy habits that girls can build on. I see women struggling with their bodies because they don’t know how they work on basic levels, starting with nutrition. The more I talk about this with people, the more I realize how much it’s needed. I’m really throwing all of my energy into it.”

Diaz credits her toned body to a love of outdoor sports, especially surfing, and to a healthy diet. She has been modeling since she was 16-years-old and has worked hard over the years to maintain her body image — that of a leggy, blonde bombshell.

Once upon a time, the “Shrek” star was a vegetarian but went back to eating pork because it tasted so “damned good.” Her nutrition project is still in its infant stages and only time will tell what kind of nutrition she will be promoting.

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