Candace Cameron Bure Doesn’t Eat Fast-Food Unless It’s In-N-Out

Candace Cameron Bure
Sven Boecker/ Crown Media United States LLC

A scrumptious responsible pleasure. Candace Cameron Bure is an enormous advocate for sustaining a wholesome way of life — however even she has cravings for one well-known fast-food chain.

“I haven’t eaten quick meals aside from In N Out in 20 years,” the Full Home alum, 47, revealed in a current Instagram Story. “Some days I’m wondering what a burger and fried is like from Mcdonald’s or Burger King or Wendy’s or any of these different locations I’ve by no means eaten at. At present is that day. Am I going to search out out? No.”

Noting that she has additionally “by no means had Taco Bell or something related,” Bure stated the selection to keep away from fast-food is one she doesn’t remorse. “You possibly can’t persuade me in any other case,” she added.

Through the years, the previous The View cohost — who shares children Natasha, 24, Lev, 23, and Maksim, 21, with husband Valeri Bure — has shared a number of ideas and tips about making good eating regimen choices. In August 2018, she solely advised Us Weekly that the “No. 1 tip” to prioritizing your well being is being “ready.”

Candace Cameron Bure Says She Hasn’t Had Fast Food in 20 Years — With the Exception of One Chain
Courtesy of Candice Cameron Bure/Instagram (2)

She continued: “You don’t ever wish to be caught being hungry and in a scenario the place you’re going to achieve for that dangerous selection or undergo that drive-thru after which be tempted to make an unhealthy selection. If you wish to eat more healthy meals, there are fantastic issues on the market that may assist you to, together with recent greens and recent fruits.”

Earlier that 12 months, she clapped again at a social media troll after one person criticized her weight in an Instagram remark. “All that exercising, and you continue to appear like you weigh greater than your husband, did you modify your eating regimen?” the hater posted. Responding to the remark, the Fuller Home alum wrote, “If a 25-inch waist appears to be like large to you … you then’re wanting via an altered lens. Be effectively.”

Candace — who left her longtime stint on Hallmark Channel for Nice American Media in November 2022 — is one among many celebs who’ve opened up about their experiences with consuming problems over time. In her 2010 memoir, Reshaping It All, the Let It Snow star revealed that she started binging and purging following Full Home’s finish in 1995, across the similar time she and her husband moved to Canada.

“I knew I had an issue, however once more, it’s like being on a runaway practice and yow anna get off however you don’t know learn how to get off,” Candace advised Leisure Tonight in Might 2016. “I form of misplaced my identification in a way and what occurred was I turned to meals for consolation when my husband was touring and once I was alone,” she added. “I had a really unhealthy relationship with meals that was bulimia.”

Although she was “nervous” to inform her NHL participant husband about her consuming dysfunction, the Aurora Teagarden Mysteries actress stated Valeri “couldn’t have been extra understanding.” These days, she’s all about making well being and health a prime precedence for his or her children.

“It’s about taking good care of your physique and consuming meals which might be good for you and getting the precise train that you simply want,” she shared.