Candance Cameron Bure first rose to fame as a child star on Full House. Her return to TV in the reprised role as, D.J. Tanner, on the newly created Fuller House has tongues wagging.

Candace’s incredible figure and her youthful appearance has people questioning whether she’s really 40! 

The View presenter says nutrition has always played a big part in her life.

“I keep a fairly strict diet. My job depends on it,” she said. 

The Fuller House star says she eats mostly a vegan diet, with the exception of egg whites and the occasional piece of fish.

She gets her iron source through nuts, seeds, beans and whole grains. She praised her avoidance of dairy for fixing her irritable stomach issues and reducing the puffiness on her face and body. 

Candace made a food diary for Cosmopolitan which features what a few days in her healthy eating plan looks like. This is not for everyone though! 



8 a.m.: Shakeology protein shake with half a banana and almond milk. One cup coffee with almond milk.

12:30 p.m.: An ahi poke bowl with brown rice and cabbage in coconut milk and a banana 

9 p.m. A kale salad with tomato, avocado, and quinoa. 


7 a.m.: A cup of coffee and a shake with Shakeology powder, banana, and almond milk shake.

12:30 p.m. A kale salad with edamame, quinoa, and veggies, dressed with lemon and olive oil from Juice Press.

2 p.m.: A red apple. 

3 p.m.: Half of a Nugo Slim vegan protein bar before a 90 minute workout. 

7 p.m: Lentil soup. 


7:30 a.m.: A cup of raw oatmeal with coconut milk. 

10 a.m.: Two hard-boiled egg whites.

12:30 p.m.: A roasted vegetable salad with kale and sunflower seeds for lunch.

2:30 p.m.: 3 tablespoons of Sabra hummus with raw veggies. T

5:15 p.m.: Protein shake from the gym (made with almond milk, whey protein powder, about a teaspoon of almond butter, half a banana, and kale). 

7:30 p.m.: A green salad with nuts, grilled veggies, and pesto spread with three small toasts. A glass of wine and apple for dessert. 

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