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Jodie Kidd Shares Swimsuit Photo of "October Dip"

Here are her lifestyle habits.

Jodie Kidd is wearing a stars and stripes swimsuit. In a new social media post, the supermodel shows off her amazing body in a flag-inspired bathing suit on the beach. "A lovely Cornish October Dip," she captioned the Instagram post. "Look at those legs!!!" her pal Chloe Delevigne commented. "That looks cold," added another. How does the 45-year-old maintain her fantastic figure? Celebwell rounded up her top health habits. 


She Drinks Greens


Jodie is all about greens and starts her day with a combination of super veg and powders. "This morning, [I had] a smoothie made with avocado, organic apples, spinach, green powder, maca powder and seeds," she told Women's Health. "Okay, I'll be honest; I don't always finish the green concoctions."


She Follows a Alkaline Diet

Jodie is "passionate about good food and try to eat as whole, organic and alkaline as possible," she told Women's Health. The diet involves eating low acid foods like sugar, processed food, wheat, dairy, and alcohol. 


She Grows Her Own Food

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I "grow all [my] own vegetables and herbs on our land and eat meat from organic, local suppliers. A typical dinner will be a chicken casserole made with vegetables from the garden. Since doing Celebrity MasterChef [I love] working on new recipes in the kitchen and whipping up something original for dinner," she told Women's Health. "Now I'm in my mid-thirties I'm so much more respectful of my body and what I put in it. When I was younger, I existed on burgers and pizza, but if I eat like that now I just feel so lethargic. It's the silver lining of getting older – you actually learn what's good for your body."


She Is Active

"I'm a passionate sportswoman – I used to play polo and still race cars now and again – but mainly it's being a country girl that keeps me fit. My mind is happiest when I'm physically doing something. I love going for long walks," Jodie told Women's Health. "I live in the West Sussex countryside and by the time I've mucked out the horses, walked the dogs, chased the chickens around – let alone running after my three-year-old son Indio constantly – I don't feel the need to schedule in workouts."


She Works Out at the Gym

She also hits the gym. "When I'm in the city for work and I'm not moving as much, I make sure I go to KX Gym in South Kensington," she added. 

Leah Groth
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