Shailene Woodley Women’s Health Cover


We all know Shailene Woodley from her role as Amy in ABC Family’s “The Secret Life of the American Teenager.” After the show ended, she transitioned into more serious movie roles, like “The Spectacular Now,” “The Fault in Our Stars,” and now the “Divergent” series. More and more people fell in love with her as they learned more about her. It would be no surprise to fans if Shailene changed the world all on her own, which she would do so barefoot.

Now, Shailene graces the cover of this months issue of Women’s Health Magazine in a tankini and black bathing suit bottoms. She talks to the magazine about her favorite meal to prepare, which is pot roast, and discusses her next dream role.

Shailene fought for the role of Hazel Grace in “The Fault in Our Stars.” John Green, author of the best selling novel, worried Woodley was too old for the part. Shailene took Green’s hesitancy as motivation. She ended up cutting her hair and loosing some wait, to better embody Hazel Grace, a 16-year-old living with terminal cancer.

The actress opened up on her attitude towards food. Unlike many other celebrities she’s not carb shaming, or advocating any no carb, no fat, or only raw food diet. She eats real food and allows herself to enjoy the foods she likes, keeping her food choices balanced with her workout regimen.

In an interview with the Chicago Sun-Times Magazine: Splash, the “Divergent” star said, “My favorite things in the world are eating and being physically active, which go really well together…Food, food, food, can’t get enough.”

Shailene was certainly active this past year, as she had to train more than three hours per day to get in fighting shape for her roll in the “Divergent” movies.

To see the full interview, be sure to pick up the latest issue of Women’s Health Magazine, on newsstands June 24th.



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