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Elisabeth Hasselbeck in Workout Gear Goes for a Run

“So beautiful,” added a fan.

Elisabeth Hasselbeck is going for a run in her workout gear. In a new social media post the former host of The View shows off her amazing body in running gear during a rigorous jog. "Love this," commented one of her followers. "So beautiful," added another. How does the star approach diet, fitness, and self-care? Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 


Gluten-Free Diet

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Elisabeth suffers from celiac disease, so she maintains a gluten-free diet. This motivated her to publish gluten-free cookbooks. "Because I was undiagnosed for so long, I spent years agonized by food, getting sick all of the time, not knowing what I could and could not eat," Elisabeth told Self. "I had 'food fear' and as a result my love of cooking disappeared. 


Morning Workouts

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Elisabeth exercises daily. She opts for early morning workouts. "Every hour that goes by, another excuse or priority comes up. Plus, this way I'm free the rest of the day," she told Oxygen. The best time for you to exercise? Whenever you can. The most important thing is getting moving. Each week adults need 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity and 2 days of muscle-strengthening activity, according to the current Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans.


Cheat Meals

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Elisabeth loves sweet treats like chocolate gelato or healthier gluten-free, high-protein Nogii bars. "I grew up enjoying a sweet treat after dinner. This bar takes care of that and even gets the stamp of approval from my husband, Tim."


Ab Workouts

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Elisabeth loves doing ab and core work. She uses a ProForm Ab Glider. "Training them allows everything else to stay strong and perform," she says. Her least favorite exercise? Back. "Once I start training my back, it fires into play."



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Elisabeth's favorite form of cardio is running. She told Oxygen that her father ran every day when she was a child and then she started joining him. She first ran the Boston Marathon in 1999 without a number. According to the Mayo Clinic, running is great for cardiovascular health, muscle building, and weight loss. "For every mile run, the average person will burn approximately 100 calories," they say.