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Jillian Michaels Opens Up: "No Matter How Thin I Get, I Still Have Cellulite"

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Apr. 15 2011, Published 3:22 p.m. ET

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As Jillian Michaels shows off her bikini bod on the cover of next month's issue of Shape, she shares her thoughts on adoption, therapy and her love for the snack popchips!

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Staying in tip-top shape isn't easy for everyone, and for the Biggest Loser trainer who says there's a "giant hole in my life" (and sounds like she's ready to adopt a child), it's clear she closely manages her healthy diet.

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In next month's issue of Shape, according to JustJared, Jillian dishes about food and her body image. "I give food a number on a scale from one to 10," she explains. "Ones are superfoods and will practically cure cancer, like organic spinach. Tens are crap that could kill you tomorrow, like a prepackaged cupcake. The highest I’ll go is a five or six. For example, I adore popchips. They’re 100 calories a bag — no preservatives, no trans fats, and no artificial sweeteners. Is it a superfood? No. But will it kill me? No!”

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And yes, you can breathe a sigh of relief — despite the buff bod, just like a normal person, she still has problem areas! "No matter how thin I get," she confesses, "I still have cellulite. I've tried every cream... I've finally reached a point where I accept my flaw, but that doesn’t mean I feel good about it.”

Accepting her body seems like a key to happiness, as she mentions she has been seeing a shrink since she was 5 years old! "I said to him the other day, ‘How am I still talking to you? Why am I not the Buddha at this point?’ But it does help control those behaviors that can send you to the fridge or compel you to tell your boss to shove it!”

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