Jessica Alba

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Jessica Alba’s book “The Honest Life” sums up her approach to wellness and success. She tries to live as holistically as she can, as she believes that wellness is hindered by the avalanche of chemicals in our bodies. “If you have toxic chemicals in your dish soap, laundry detergent, lotion, mattress and food, they get into your system and add up,” she told Self magazine in a 2012 interview.

Bob Parsons

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GoDaddy founder and CEO Bob Parsons knows a thing or two about living well. In his article “16 Tips for Success in Business and Life in General,” Parsons urges people to step out of their comfort zone and bust through barriers. Parsons believes that “security is for cadavers” and urges everyone to get off the couch and follow their dreams, whether they’re big or small.

Richard Gere


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Richard Gere has been a practicing Buddhist for many years. He is a devout follower of the Dalai Lama and an activist for Tibetan freedom. The debonair leading man said the religion “totally transformed his body and his heart” on Indian television. Gere believes that his religion has positively affected every aspect of his existence, and encourages others to explore their spiritual options.

Miranda Kerr

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Miranda Kerr is a supermodel with real ambition. She is a devotee of a natural lifestyle, studying to be a certified health practitioner. She has been practicing yoga for over 10 years, and tells Mindbodyhealth that “[she is] a big believer in health in all areas: mind, body and spirit.”

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