Mindy Kaling was completely radiant in a recent Instagram post she made commemorating her awesome night at the South Asian Excellence Pre-Oscars Celebration. The 43-year-old Sex Lives of College Girls creator was co-hosting the event, and it looked like a total blast!
Mindy posted a carousel of photos documenting her highest moments from the evening: a post-event Taco Bell meal (yum), a FaceTime from Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, and, of course, her super sculpted abs in an absolutely gorgeous sari.
As always, Mindy’s followers were loving the content. “You are perpetually stunning. Your comedy is 🔥 and honestly I just love everything you put out into the world,” wrote one very adoring fan. TBH, I feel the same. “Stunning ❤️,” wrote another.
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Mindy’s diet and exercise secret is simple: moderation. Last May, the comedian opened up to TODAY about how her perspective toward how she treats her body has changed in recent years. “If there was an awards show or I was shooting something, I used to be the person that was like, I have to stop eating these foods, or six weeks beforehand, I’m only going to juice,” she told TODAY of her once vigorous diet and exercise routines. She also told SELF in May 2022 that she used to run for 45 minutes every day and “hated every second of it.”
Now, Mindy likes to walk for her cardio and eat her favorite foods in moderation, per TODAY. She also opened up on the specifics of her diet approach to Entertainment Tonight in April 2022. “I eat what I like to eat. If I do any kind of restrictive diet, it never really works for me. [So] I just eat less of it,” she told Entertainment Tonight.
This mindset switch helped Mindy feel better inside and out. “I’m the healthiest I’ve ever been,” she told SELF in May 2022.
The healthiest, and the strongest! Go Mindy!
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