I'm done with 'Biggest Loser.'

Think of it this way: If you got a flat tire, what would you do? Change the tire? Or get out of the car and slash the other three tires? No! Get back on the road. Don't dwell on it; don't beat yourself up. That gets you nowhere.

People tend to think that metabolism is genetically predetermined. That you're either cursed or you're blessed. And that's not true.

I looked to my mom as an example. And this is what I try to tell so many women: that my mom had a career, and she went to the gym. She took care of herself.

When it comes to the chocolate, I allow it every single day, but I only get 200 calories worth. So I work it into my daily calories. It's a candy bar. But I usually only need it after dinner.

Allow yourself a few parties, but be mindful the rest of the time.

Everybody has haters.

The more you change and stress the body the quicker it's going to adapt and change.

I was 175 pounds at 13 years old and 5 feet tall.

My dad was a crazy person, but some of the best qualities about me came from him.

If you have the means, I would highly recommend using supplementations for optimal health.

When it comes to kids, it's just not hard to get them healthy. I don't find it hard and don't understand why people find it hard.

The key is to master a few simple ways to exercise that will burn the most calories in the least time. And you also need to figure out how can you eat more of the good stuff and less of the bad stuff without feeling deprived so your diet regimen feels manageable.

When you think of 'Biggest Loser,' you think of it as a TV show. But people are coming to lose weight. I take that very seriously.

I've wanted to be in daytime television for a long time, because that's where you can convey a message.

People that know me know I'm very good about doing my own thing and minding my own business.

I wish I had some strapping football player husband. It would be such a dream to be 'normal' like that, but I'm just not.

Parenting is not for sissies. You have to sacrifice and grow up.

It seems at times fate knocks on people's door, and they are too afraid to pursue it.

I will teach people not only how to identify their goals and dreams, but subsequently give them the tools to make those dreams a reality.

I'm a capri pant girl.

You need to cultivate your passion and crystallize your vision. If you don't know where you're going, how are you going to plan a road-map for how to get there?

For years, I always thought it was hilarious that I was this fitness guru, because fitness was just a tool I utilized to help people improve their confidence. For me, it's never been about fitness. It's always been about helping to empower people.

People will accomplish anything if they believe the goal is worth it - they are worth it and that they are capable of achieving it - and that's exactly what my 'Maximize Your Life' show will do.

I'm unbelievably superstitious.

I was homophobic because I obviously didn't know that I was gay.

I was an overweight kid, and my father struggled with his weight, too. We would go for a ride on his motorcycle on Sunday morning to get doughnuts, to make pizza together, or go get ice cream. I quickly learned that food equalled love and attention.

The adoption process was not an easy one. The paperwork took nine months. It's a full-time thing!

I'm part Bridget Jones, part Larry David. I'm shy; I'm prude.

I completely appreciate the importance of fathers but millions of children are without loving homes. I think a child is lucky with one parent who truly loves her.

Whenever I've had a rough day, I like to pour my frustration into my workouts.

You've got to listen to the universe, to life, to God, whatever you want to call it. Because its going to speak to you.

I've always believed fitness is an entry point to help you build that happier, healthier life. When your health is strong, you're capable of taking risks. You'll feel more confident to ask for the promotion. You'll have more energy to be a better mom. You'll feel more deserving of love.

The results I've seen with Bodyshred have been far superior to any program that I've ever created.

I supplement a lot. So I'll take a probiotic, and I mostly eat green food.

Gardening is not my thing. You're digging in the dirt, and then a couple of months later, something happens.

Stop turning to fad diets and use common sense.

I train in different modalities so that each muscle is targeted twice a week, with two days of rest in between.

It's important in life to celebrate any victory in life.

Seeing my two kids together is a magical feeling.

It's impossible to put yourself first when you're a mom.

Let's just say I believe in healthy love.

There is really no room in any healthy diet for trans fat, artificial sweeteners, and artificial colors in food.

The gay thing has always been hard for me.

I change the workout every month, so you never adapt and never plateau.

It's not about perfect. It's about effort. And when you bring that effort every single day, that's where transformation happens. That's how change occurs.

If I was ashamed of who I am, I would be in the closet.

By the time I'm 40, the hope is that I'll be solidly in daytime television and producing the various other experts we've brought along the way.

When you eat a piece of white bread, think of it as putting a tissue on a fire. But if you eat something that has wholegrains, whether it's a little bit of oatmeal, a little bit of protein, it's like putting a log on the fire.