Gina Rodriguez has nothing but love and praise for her body.
She was a 37-year-old actress who became frank about the fight against her body image while pursuing her Hollywood career.
Rodriguez recently chatted with Rachel Bilson and Olivia Allen on a podcast.A wide range of ideas: the fight against Hashimoto's disease and why she practices her narcissism.
Alum in "Jane the Virgin" tells how herautoimmune disease(a disorder that affects the thyroid gland and causes hormonal changes) affects her physique. I pointed out if it affected.
"I was cursed by an actor because it directly affects your metabolism, you are not producing the hormones your body needs," she said. rice field.
Rodriguez continued. Do I understand that this physical being changes what it is?
The Golden Globe Award winner is the result of physical changes. He revealed that he began to express positive affirmations in the shower "4 or 5 years ago".
"I love you because I'm taking a bath," Rodriguez went on to say about spending comfortably on her own skin. "I love you, elbows. I love you, Tetas. I love you, neck." With gratitude I have just begun to touch my body.
The actress of "Miss Rose" says that Hollywood is still a difficult place to find a foothold because her standards of beauty are constantly evolving and difficult to meet. I pointed out.
She also has a heart-shaped bruise on her thigh and shares why she chose not to hide it during her days at her hit CW show "Jane The Virgin". Did.
"Incompletely for others You might see it.? And in "Jane", it's always like "Hey, can you put on makeup to put it on her feet?" I always say "No! That's my bruise! No, it's a bruise! It's okay! You can leave it, it's okay, it's a bruise." Yeah, but I'll joking .. I'm sure someone will say something about the bruise. I have to cover the bruise, she said.
Rodriguez previously talked about her body image and her career in a 2017 interview withShape, saying, "Many things to look at to fit the sample size. There is pressure. "
" When you're filming'Jane', you have to accept the fact that it doesn't work very well," she explained at the time. "My body will look different, and it's okay. I don't want to squeeze the joy of life to commit suicide in the gym."