Hollywood star Lori Loughlin had her career start in the 1970s. She became more active by the ’80s, starring in the show The Edge of Night as Jody Travis. In 1983, she made her film debut in Amityville 3-D. This was followed by roles in the movies The New Kids, Secret Admirer, and Back to the Beach. In 1988, she started playing the role of Rebecca Donaldson Katsopolis in the sitcom Full House.
The said show aired on television for eight seasons, earning her mainstream fame. After this ended, she starred in the short-lived series Hudson Street. She continued her work on the small screen, starring in the short-lived shows Summerland and In Case of Emergency. She later starred as Debbie Wilson in the series 90210. In 2014, she began playing Abigail Stanton in the drama series When Calls the Heart. She also reprised her role Rebecca Katsopolis in the Full House continuation series Fuller House.
In order to stay fit and healthy, Lori follows a healthy diet plan. She also depends on healthier replacements to make sure that she doesn’t consume too much unhealthy food items. She said: “I like quinoa and brown rice, and I try to do that over a lot of white flour bread even though I love that kind of bread. Like, I LOVE it. But I try to stay away from it.” She went on to say:
“I notice a difference in my body, in my energy and physically in how I look. When I do have the white bread, the white flour, I just feel puffier and doughier. So I do try to be mindful of having protein and vegetables and a clean diet, really for my energy.” She also believes in the importance of balance. She said: “I try everything in moderation, but listen, if I’m at some great Italian restaurant and they bring out the wonderful bread and butter I’m the first one to dive in the basket.”