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Danica McKellar Keeps Dancing Figure by Ditching Dairy

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Danica McKellar is showing off her amazing body on the latest season of ‘Dancing with the Stars’ and now she is saying the key to keeping that enviable figure is her diet.

“I don’t eat gluten, I don’t eat dairy, I don’t eat sugar really, and the only thing I drink is water,” said the 39-year-old actress most known for playing Winnie Cooper on the late eighties TV hit ‘Wonder Years’. “I eat really, really clean. I’m very strict.”

According to McKellar that strict list of ingredients hasn’t stopped her from enjoying a good size plate of food, though.

“I eat a lot of food, but it’s all brown rice and vegetables and lean meats and things like that,” she explained.

She also confessed to doing minimal workouts, mostly yoga and other non-cardio exercises, so she knows all the calorie control is done with her nutrition. Just imagine how good she would look if she went the extra step and hopped on the vegan wagon! Come on, Danica, it’s just one more exclusion to add to the list!

Via People Magazine

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