Julianne Moore hates spin classes and juice cleanses

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In a world of crazy celebrity diet advice we’ve found the voice of reason.

Her name is Julianne Moore and she’s just revealed what we’ve always suspected was true about three-day juice fasts: they’re the worst.

In an interview for NewBeauty Magazine, the 53-year-old – wait, she’s 53?? – said she lost weight during a juice cleanse, but not from the area she wanted to target.

“I did a juice cleanse for the Golden Globes one year. I think I did it for three days,” she said. “To be honest, the only weight I lost was in my brain!”

On her beauty routine, she revealed it was her alabaster-skinned mother who instilled the importance of sunscreen from an early age that has contributed to her age-defying complexion today.

Her latest beauty discovery isn’t a face cream full of retinoids “they’re too powerful for me,” but a $25 face oil.

“Face oils! I love them and I switch around what I use: L’Oréal Paris Age Perfect Glow Renewal Facial Oil, L’Oréal Paris Age Perfect Cell Renewal Golden Serum, Sunday Riley face oil and Rodin face oil.”

Moore also prefers yoga to spin classes. See? She’s a woman after our own hearts.

“I don’t like noisy workouts. I tried spinning and didn’t like it, it’s just too loud for me. I do better when I am working out in quiet, which is why I like yoga. I also work out at my house, do interval running and lift light weights.”

I especially like classes that don’t have mirrors. It’s a time to let go and let your body drop into itself.

And just like us, Moore does things that are meant to be good for her body, but also has no idea why.

“I drink a tablespoon of chlorophyll in my water in the morning. I’m still not totally sure what it is or what it does but I think it is working for me.”

Spin classes and juice cleanses: yes or no?

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