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And the traffic on the way from central Los Angeles to Santa Monica has not improved her mood. At times one can see why David Cronenberg, who directed her in Crash What they've all actually been doing comes less easily to mind. People say you should have done this or that [she was offered and. AAll I wanna do when I wake up in the morning is see you rise Rosanna, meet you all the way, Rosanna yeah G C (Am7)Dm7 F C G Meet you all the way, G C. "Rosanna" wins only because it is not "In Your Eyes" Explain me "meet you all the way"? Rosanna has like a million parts, all fresh.

Rather than diving straight into the recipes - all of which are wheat, dairy, meat and sugar free - there are comprehensive introductory sections giving Rosanna's personal journey to health and fitness.

There is advice on how, and why, to give up refined sugar; tips for workout motivation; the case for weight training; possible reasons for food cravings the body's desire for magnesium, for example, often gets translated into what feels like a chocolate craving; a yen for fizzy drinks can mean you lack calciumalong with advice on attitude overhaul - how to look on workouts as desirable 'me' time rather than oh-god-I've-got-to-go-to-the-gym time, and how to enjoy living and eating healthily so that it doesn't feel like a 'diet' or denial.

Throughout, Rosanna's advice is sensible, balanced, experience-based and forgiving; as she says in the book, "It's not about being perfect all the time. It's about balance and progress". She is also adamant that "this is always alongside a person's GP, never instead of. It's a complementary therapy.

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I would often write to my client's GP saying, 'This is what I'm doing, working alongside you'. The book is just showing, 'This is what works for me; this is what I feel best eating'. But I would always say to everyone to figure out what works best for you.

I encourage people to take control. It's about giving people the tools, the recipes, the ideas, to take control of their own health and fitness. There is no point spending half your wages on superfoods when you can't afford it, and there are so many great foods that are inexpensive. I think it's a bit of a myth, this 'superfoods' thing; I would say to families, or students on a budget, buy the big bags of dried pulses, nuts and seeds; make stews, casseroles, curries in huge batches.

So what motivates her? The feedback I'd get from people after, say, six months - 'I feel better, I'm sleeping better, my energy is better.

It's great; I feel I'm making a difference to people's lives. Rosanna, however, is far too experienced and savvy an interviewee to go making odious comparisons. I've been so lucky over the years.

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It suits my frame of mind at this stage of my life. I was out, meeting people, going lots of places, travelling; it was very fast-paced, exciting.

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Every day is still different for me, but I'm more settled now. I'm married, I'm at home, I'm not in nightclubs all the time. I don't know when the last time was.

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Last night, we were just sitting there on the sofa, with the dogs, perfectly happy. Does she feel differently about things such as weight and dress size? I never felt under massive pressure to be super-skinny. I don't think the industry in Ireland encourages that, anyway; I was always lucky to be encouraged to be fit and healthy.

I haven't weighed myself in a long time. You can tell, for most of us, by the size of your favourite jeans, whether you feel bloated.

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I try to tell young girls, it's so normal for your body and weight to fluctuate, depending on hormones, on the temperature outside, what you're eating.

It's something you learn over time as well. Even if a year-old doesn't have any intention of having a baby any time soon, you need to think about your health in 10 years.

Your body lays down your densest bones in the earlier stages of your life. It's a great idea in your teens and 20s to really look after your bone health - get your calcium, your vitamin D, your magnesium, and even weight train, to look after your bones. As we discuss it now, she elaborates. I thought Jennifer Aniston's piece was very appropriate, for her life, and the times we live in. I thought it was an important message to put across.

I think we're getting better at not asking it, but I do still get the question from older relatives. I don't think there's any harm or malice - it's almost like talking about the weather for some people - but nowadays it's so personal. I wouldn't dream of asking my friends, and as we all know, not everybody is able to.

It can be such a sensitive issue for so many couples. But in response to this question, she says frankly, "We're totally crazy about each other. We've been together 10 years this year. We're best friends; we love spending time together. We're obsessed with each other.

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We're joined at the hip and do everything together". And, she hastens to add, "We're equals as well. There's no inequality; there's no dominant partner. Household tasks are evenly divided. He's very easy-going, and a very positive person, which is brilliant.

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He refuses to speak negatively about other people, or have any negative influences in the house, which is great. He's a great person to live with. He's relaxed about things, which is a good influence on me because probably in the past, in my 20s, I was more highly strung.

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Sort of anxious, worried. I used to be a big worrier. He's definitely calmed me down. In the years in which I have half-known Rosanna, I always considered her a remarkably calm, confident person.

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So if she was once a big worrier, what has changed? That phase where you feel like you're competing with everyone else, for jobs, or mates, or a partner, before you get into a relationship. I've so many great girlfriends, and we all support each other. I try and be friends with women I am inspired by, who have amazing attitudes or careers or family lives, and we all support each other, and talk to each other when we need advice.

I never, ever feel like I'm competing with my female friends, or any other woman. Now, I never feel jealousy, or compare myself to anyone else. It's a lovely phase. You realise you're an individual, you've got your own strengths and weaknesses, and you can just work on yourself. Life teaches you that you're not. Both styles are equally unique and equally recognizeable.

This is good because individual credits are not listed. A singular example, when I first heard Faith Hill's song Cry One listen on the radio and I knew that it was Vinnie on drums. I had no idea that he had done work on her new album. Turned out I was right. Just listened to both tonight.

A mash-up waiting to happen. PS - God, I love "Cry. I've got news for you all. It was written about another actress who was dating Peter in and before Arquette entered his life.

Also with "Roseanna" the only thing Arquette was the inspiration for was the title and not the song, which the band has repeatedly said publicly, ad nauseam. Yacht Rock nailed this perfectly. Even Paul Simon takes you all the way till it's late in the evening. How about night, guys? The boogie part is fucking terrible though. Pretty well redeemed by the solo. This thread makes me think I should give "In Your Eyes" another chance, I've always disdained it as a sappy ballad but I don't think I've ever really sat down and listened to it not in the context of dopes fawning over its sappy John Cusack-themed classicness.

It begins with the lovely, humble "Accepting all I've done and said, I want to stand and stare again If it was "Africa" versus any of Gabriel's African experiments he might have more competition Grinch" guy pops in on backup vox. I've got the 12", but vinyl is so inconvenient these days meaning I've got too many CDs piled on top of the turntable.