Kristin Davis Talks Diet, Fitness, Fave Healthy Foods & More in Fitness Magazine

Sex and the City 2 hits theaters on May 28th, and Kristin Davis, who plays "Charlotte," looks better than ever at age 45. Kristin talks diet, fitness, her workout routine, body image, her fave healthy foods and more as she graces the cover of Fitness Magazine.

Here are some of the highlights from her interview:

On Body Image:

"I'm never going to be the thinnest actress, and I don't want to be. When you're at peace with yourself and your body, you're automatically more confident."

On Her Favorite Body Part:

"My deltoids. That area is not the easiest place to get definition, so toning it gives me a sense of accomplishment."

On Her Workout Routine:

To stay in shape, she alternates between hiking, yoga, Pilates, and cardio, depending on her mood.

On Workout Motivation:

"I remind myself that the endorphins will make me feel better. Even if I'm in a bad mood or I'm tired, I try to do something active for at least 20 to 30 minutes."

On Her Fave Healthy Foods:

"I eat a lot of chicken, salmon, eggs and side salads. But if all I ate were salads every day, I'd shoot myself. Who cares if you can fit in your skinny jeans if you can't enjoy life and have something good to eat? I went through periods when I said I can't have this, I can't have that. Now I don't deprive myself. Food is meant to be enjoyed."

On Her Guilty Indulgence:

"Chocolate! I especially love M&M's. These days, if I want some, I eat them. When it's hot in the summer, I have to have my ice cream. One trick I've learned is that if I have an ice cream bar, I'm okay having four bites and then throwing it away. I don't need to eat the whole thing to feel satisfied."

You can read Kristin's entire interview at Fitness Magazine here.

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