Celebrity Health Secrets: Fit, Famous Men Over 40

Being in great shape is easy for those with personal chefs, trainers, and money to spend on their health, right? In reality, staying healthy takes work. Check out some of Hollywood's healthiest men over 40, and their secrets to staying fit.

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Barack Obama

With all the challenges President Barack Obama has faced, quitting smoking might be one of the hardest. Obama, 51, used to light up about five times a day, but is now tobacco-free, according to a recent medical exam.

"I hate it," Michelle Obama said on CBS's 60 Minutes in 2007. "That's why he doesn't do it anymore. I'm proud to say, I outed him. I'm the one who outed him on the smoking."

Quitting smoking can help you sleep better, strengthen bones, prevent premature aging, and reduce your risk of erectile dysfunction.

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