Mila Kunis

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We're going inside Mila Kunis' pregnancy diet and workout routines!

We've got the inside scoop on how Ashton Kutcher's fiancée is staying healthy with their baby on board. So what has the mother-to-be been eating, what's she craving and how is she staying fit and active? Read on to find out!

Prenatal Yoga: Just before E! News broke the news that the 30-year-old actress was pregnant with her first child, Kunis was spotted at a prenatal yoga class in Hollywood. Kunis' prenatal yoga classes combines pregnancy-safe yoga poses, dance and meditation to help moms-to-be stay fit while connecting with their unborn child.

Mila Kunis


Spinning: Kunis loves to take calorie-burning spinning classes at Blazing Saddles studio in Sherman Oaks. Kunis was even spotted leaving the studio after a workout the other week. Blazing Saddles offers a "no-impact aerobic exercise program that takes place on a specially designed stationary bicycle," according to their site. "Our Spinning classes combine coaching, strength and stamina-building, energizing music, cardio-vascular health and a monster calorie burn."

Mexican Cravings: On Mar. 25, Kunis and a girlfriend dined at Casa Vega restaurant in L.A. to satisfy their Mexican food cravings. The BFFs enjoyed guacamole, a fajita salad and fish tacos and were "very friendly" during their meal, a source told E! News at the time.

Mila Kunis


Local Produce: In between Mexican food, Kunis likes her leafy greens! She was recently spotted after a grocery-shopping trip with bags full of vegetables.

Burger Indulgence: Just this past weekend, Kunis and Kutcher hit up Umami Burger in Burbank for a date night meal. Kunis indulged in a Cali Burger, which is made with butter lettuce, slow roasted tomato, house spread, house-made American cheese and caramelized onions.

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