Jessica Alba Fat? Sexy Actress Confesses Cellulite, Stretch Marks And Muffin Top; See Surprising Pics And You Decide! [PHOTOS]

By Staff Reporter August 17, 2013 10:48 AM EDT
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Jessica Alba may have just been voted one of the top 20 hottest women alive by Maximbut apparently that isn't enough to convince the mother of two that she still has what it takes to make admirers swoon. 

The 32-year-old Sin City starlet recently revealed in the September/October 2013 issue of Women's Health UK what she thinks her biggest flaws are. "I have a brutally short attention span. It means I'm useless at working out," she told the magazine. "I get so bored. I have cellulite and stretch marks — and I have a muffin top!" Jessica Alba, muffin top? We never thought we would hear those two words in the same sentence!

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Just this past June Alba scorched Spike TV's "Guys Choice Awards"  leopard-print carpet in a sizzling hot citrus frock by Versace. The strapless yellow crocodile-embossed mini bustier was paired with tangy orange Celine pumps, showing off the actress' lean, long legs. The strapless dress also highlighted Alba's sexy shoulders and toned arms. But nowhere did we see cellulite, stretch marks or even a sign of a muffin top in the tight ensemble. 

However, this isn't the first time that Alba has confessed that she hates working out. After giving birth to her second daughter, Haven, in 2011, Alba hinted to Lucky magazine why she despised hitting the gym."In the gym, I have like five things to distract me: TV, iPod, magazines. [Workout] partners are good, too, so you can chat and not just drown in your own misery. Sorry, does that sound bad? I just hate working out."

But whatever Alba's gym-less routine is — it's working! So what's her secret to keeping a fit physique without going to a fitness center? Well, besides running around with her two adorable daughters, the Machete star attributes her sexy figure to her diet. In her book, The Honest Life: Living Naturally and True to You, the actress-turned-author explains her personal journey of discovery, revealing her tips for making healthy living, fun, real, stylish and gym-less.

"I started cooking for myself at 12 because a lot of food my family ate was processed. I wanted fresh," Alba explained to Women's Health UK. "I eliminated microwave foods, things with too much salt, and tried to eat more natural food, things that were cooked in a kitchen as opposed to a factory."

Do you think Alba's body is as out of shape as she suggests? Let us know in the comments section below!

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