Jessica Alba may look flawless on her magazine covers but according to the actress she has some imperfections.
"I have cellulite and stretch marks and I have a muffin top," she told the U.K.'s Women's Health, according to JustJared.com.
The Machete Kills actress covers the magazine's September/October 2013 issue, wearing a green bandeau and a white knee-high fitted skirt. Despite her seemingly toned body, Alba also said she doesn't enjoy hitting the gym.
"I have a brutally short attention span," she said. "It means I'm useless at working out. I get so bored."
The 32-year-old, however, is mindful of what she eats.
"I started cooking for myself at 12 because a lot of food my family ate was processed," she also told the magazine. "I wanted fresh. I eliminated microwave foods, things with too much salt, and tried to eat more natural food, things that were cooked in a kitchen as opposed to a factory."
In order to share her own healthy tips with the world, Alba wrote The Honest Life in 2013. In the book, she discusses personal tips that help make one's healthy living "fun, real and stylish" and her advice accommodates any budget. It also provides an open look inside her personal life. For her feature in Women's Health, Alba contributed some of the health conscious recipes found in her book, such as pizza and roasted chicken.
As a mother of two girl, the star's book is part of The Honest Company, which was established in 2012. Her organization aims to provide other moms with trustworthy information and recommend safe products to benefit their everyday living. Alba's decision stemmed from a horrific allergy attack she experienced after washing her eldest daughter's clothes with a baby laundry detergent.
Aside from her company, Alba will also star in a few upcoming films, including, Dear Eleanor, Strech and Sin City: A Dame To Kill For.