This is Ms Doreen Oen when she was featured in The Sunday Times Hot Bods column on Jan 21, 2007.
At age 50, she looked fantastic. What does she look like now, at age 58? Find out for yourself in 100 Hot Bods, a new e-book to be launched on Sunday, July 27 in The Straits Times Star (ST Star) app.
The e-book is a compilation of 100 of the hottest people profiled in our 10-year-old Hot Bods series. It is available for free download for iPad (click here to download) and Android tablets and smartphones (download here for Android).
Ms Oen exercises regularly although she does not keep to a fixed workout schedule.
"As you mature, your body changes. You have to put in more effort, you also have to be more aware, more sensitive to the needs of your body," said the gyrotonic instructor in an interview for 100 Hot Bods.
Seven years ago when she was first featured, she told The Sunday Times she ate three meals a day and avoided anything sweet and deep-fried, although she had a weakness for French pastry.
Download 100 Hot Bods to get details on her diet and exercise regimen today.
Ms Oen is one of several Sunday Times "Hot Bods" the paper re-interviewed for the book. Readers can also see videos of the three of them exercising and talking about their lifestyle. Additionally, 100 Hot Bods includes plenty of health and fitness tips to help readers eat right and get fit.
Download 100 Hot Bods free and stand a chance to win $500 in Under Armour vouchers.
2. Alternatively, go to the App Store or Google Play and search "Straits Times Star" to download the ST Star app, which is available for the iPad and Android tablets and smartphones. The app is designed for tablets and optimised for the iPad.
3. Once you are in the ST Star app, download 100 Hot Bods. The contest details are in the e-book.
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