Lessons From the Red Carpet: How Celebs Stay Healthy

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  • Tia Mowry: It’s Important to Slow Down
  • Drake: Endurance Is Key for the Long Haul
  • Kim Kardashian: Just Say "No" to Carbs
  • Michael B. Jordan: Rise Above Rejection
  • Keke Palmer: Love Yourself for Who You Are
  • A-List Advice
  • Naomi Campbell: Yoga Does a Body Good
  • Andre 3000: Eat Your Vegetables
  • Gabourey Sidibe: Love Yourself No Matter What Size You Are
  • Lenny Kravitz: Take Your Workout to Go
  • Halle Berry: Don’t Try Crazy Diets After Giving Birth
  • Terrence J: For Leaner Abs, Eat More Protein and Veggies
  • Lupita Nyong’o: Drink More Water to Get Glowing Skin
  • Brandon Marshall: Don’t Be Afraid to Get Mental Health Help
  • Alicia Keys: Empower Yourself About HIV With Knowledge
  • First Lady Michelle Obama: Strike a Pose
  • 50 Cent: Turn a Bad Situation Into a Good One
  • Mary J. Blige: Swimming Helps Me Stay Fit
  • Omari Hardwick: Playing Sports Taught Me a Lot
  • Tracee Ellis Ross: Take the Steps for a Stronger Heart
  • Kevin Hart: Work Out With Your Friends
  • Traci Braxton: You Can’t Eat Everything You Want
  • President Barack Obama: Quitting Smoking Is Hard
  • Beyoncé: Fitness Is About Your Mindset
  • Jamie Foxx: Protein, Protein, Protein!
  • Kelly Rowland: You Gotta Work Hard
  • Idris Elba: Try Kickboxing for Cardio

Keke Palmer: Love Yourself for Who You Are

Actress Keke Palmer recently opened up that she struggled with loving her darker skin and “prayed for lighter skin” as a young child. Her admission was revealed during the Hollywood Confidential Panel last month in Los Angeles. Luckily she realized when she was 13 that she was beautiful just the way she was. 

(Photo: Brad Barket/Getty Images for VH1)

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