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Kate Hudson, 41, praised for six-pack abs: ‘I feel happier and healthier just looking at you!’

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Kate Hudson is putting her toned abs on display for the cover of Women's Health, plus talking about the coronavirus pandemic and how her wellness routine has kept her grounded.

The 41-year-old actress, entrepreneur and mother of three opened up about the anxiety that she had experienced at the beginning of the pandemic, especially surrounding her businesses as things started to slow down. "Whenever I had nothing to do, I felt like I should be doing a million different things," she said. "My brain just literally couldn’t stop."

Focusing on maintaining a routine has proved to help.

"I’ve always felt that wellness is about your quality of life,” Hudson shared. "You need to know what makes you feel good. It’s about doing the things you love, eating the things you want to, exercising and not feeling like you need to [push yourself] for two hours in a hot room. You can just take a nice walk and still be healthy."

Hudson has documented just what this looks like on her social media, where she shares photos of her workouts, her outdoor adventures and her diet.

She also shared that a lot of her philosophy around food has to do with energy, rather than weight loss. And while she finds that eating healthy "is a pain in the ass," she's learned to strike a good balance through her work with WW (formerly Weight Watchers).

"I make beautiful meals that have no points, then I can indulge,” Hudson said. “I’ll do a whole day eating amazing ZeroPoint foods [like chicken and leafy greens], then I have wine and ice cream."

According to her Instagram followers, whatever it is that Hudson is doing is working.

"I feel happier and healthier just looking at you!" one commented on her Women's Health cover.

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