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We all know and love Kate Hudson as an actress, but over the years the star has also become a kind of health and wellness guru, both in their book and in terms of healthy ways to love their bodies and with their highly successful Fabletics training line. Now, the 39-year-old and mother of three, who recently opened her mission to achieve her "combat weight" after she gave birth to her daughter, writes as an ambassador for WW, the wellness brand that used to be called Weight Watchers was known.
In her last Instagram post, Hudson FaceTiming sees Oprah Winfrey, the company's partner and spokesperson, explaining her motivation to take on this new role
"My why is actually my kids, my family and my longevity – I want to be here as long as possible, "she says. "And I just said 'OK, I'll try.'" I thought, "This is a perfect program!" It's so nice because I keep talking about these things. I've never had a program known to allow people to be themselves and to do the things they love. "(Here Kate Hudson has shown 15 times that she is the definition of #Fitspiration)
In the caption beside the video We also take a look at what an ambassador she wants to be: "Health and wellness are my number one, and I always say that what works for me does not work for everyone," she wrote. Celebrate the diversity of how each one wants to celebrate their body, we will not all enjoy the same training, outdoor activities, food, etc. I have become a WW Family Ambassador because this is the perfect community for people who live healthy in their own way and I like sharing this knowledge with you all! "(Associated: Kate Hudson shares her killer workout formula)
" This is not a community for People who just want to lose weight, even if a healthy lifestyle leads to it being a community that supports each other through a lifelong journey of well-being, "she continued. She repeated this when she spoke to Winfrey and said, "It's not a diet, it's a lifestyle."
This motto is in line with WW's renaming in September, which deliberately deviated from a weight-loss program. In fact, the company redesigned its mission by giving pre-post photos of Ditching. Its members cut off artificial ingredients from their food and provide psychosocial services to focus more on general well-being – and Hudson seems the embodiment to be this shift.
Interestingly, the Internet seems to have mixed emotions about the actress. New affiliation with the company: While some people wholeheartedly welcomed Hudson, others complained that WW is using a celebrity as an ambassador, who is not known to use weight fight.
"I would really be more impressed if she At the beginning of her weight loss journey, she took a normal everyday person and followed them for a year … the ups and downs, the celebration and the defeats … the reality the weight loss, "said a user te on the Facebook page of WW.
"I understand that WW now includes wellness and exercise, but using someone who is already thin and fit is hardly encouraging for those of real weight," said another.
However, Hudson continues to emphasize that the focus of the program is not just on weight, but on well-being to create a more sustainable lifestyle. "That's what sets me apart from everything else," she told WW People . "It's about understanding your well-being, understanding your fitness activities, understanding your food and understanding the things you love, and how to keep your balance."