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Olivia Munn flashes her toned tummy in a crop top after a gym session in West Hollywood

She revealed earlier this month that she had to completely change up her wellness routine in recent years after being diagnosed with the autoimmune disorder fibromyalgia.

And Olivia Munn kept the focus on her health on Saturday when she was spotted leaving a gym in West Hollywood after working out.

The 40-year-old X-Men: Apocalypse star rocked an ultra-casual athletic look, including a simple white crop top that highlighted her trim midriff.

Stellar figure: Olivia Munn, 40, flaunted her toned tummy in a white crop top after fitting in a gym session in West Hollywood on Saturday

Olivia contrasted her white top with black leggings and matching black trainers.

She added an extra layer with a red-and-blue plaid shirt that was left unbuttoned and accessorized with a stylish black alligator-print Balenciaga handbag.

The 5ft4in beauty wore her playfully messy dark locks swept to the side over one shoulder, and she blocked the sun with large black sunglasses.

She also did her part to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus by wearing a simple black mask.

No fuss: Olivia contrasted her white top with black leggings and matching black trainers, and she covered up with a red plaid shirt

No fuss: Olivia contrasted her white top with black leggings and matching black trainers, and she covered up with a red plaid shirt

Making a change: The actress revealed her fibromyalgia diagnosis this week and revealed she changed up her diet and exercise habits to help with the pain symptoms

Making a change: The actress revealed her fibromyalgia diagnosis this week and revealed she changed up her diet and exercise habits to help with the pain symptoms

In an interview with People earlier this week, Olivia revealed that she had been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, an incurable disorder that can cause pain throughout the body, along with negative effects on one’s mood, memory and sleep.

The condition can also be related to gastrointestinal issues, which can be helped out for some people by a change in diet.

‘I had to change my wellness routine pretty significantly,’ she explained. ‘I had to be super thoughtful about what I put into my body. I had to start eating gluten-free, dairy-free and sugar-free — I had to cut out a lot of things that I was used to having every day and things that I really loved.’

Although there’s no getting rid of fibromyalgia, the disorder can be exacerbated by stress, so keeping to regular routines can help her keep it at bay.

‘It’s under control as long as I continue to work out and as long as I eat healthy and stick to the restrictions and meditate,’ she continued. ‘Those are the really important things.’ 

Sad: Olivia has been raising awareness about a spurt of anti-Asian hate crimes in recent days. She shared a text conversation in which her mom was afraid to go outside in Oklahoma City

Sad: Olivia has been raising awareness about a spurt of anti-Asian hate crimes in recent days. She shared a text conversation in which her mom was afraid to go outside in Oklahoma City

Aside from her health issues, Olivia Munn has been raising awareness in recent days about a rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans throughout the US.

On Saturday, she shared a heartbreaking text message from her mother expressing her fears about being attacked in Oklahoma City, where Olivia was born.

‘I m afraid to go anywhere now bc the group of anti Asian hope we don’t have any in OKC,’ she wrote.

Her daughter suggested taking her defense into her own hands.

Racist conspiracies: Baseless conspiracy theories persist blaming China for the creation of the coronavirus, and Asians across the US have reported an uptick in harassment

Racist conspiracies: Baseless conspiracy theories persist blaming China for the creation of the coronavirus, and Asians across the US have reported an uptick in harassment

‘Oh I know. I’m sorry it’s so scary right now. Let me find out what self defense weapons you’re allowed to carry in Oklahoma and I’ll order some for you,’ the actress wrote, to which her mom suggested an ‘umbrella’ with a ‘long steel point.’

‘My mom shouldn’t have to feel this way,’ Olivia captioned the screenshot, along with an angry emoji and the hashtags ‘#StopAsianHate’ and ‘#ProtectOurElders.’

The spike in anti-Asian hate crimes has been pegged to the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

Baseless conspiracy theories persist blaming China for the creation of the coronavirus, and Asians across the US have reported an uptick in harassment.

Night life: The Newsroom actress did her best to take her mind off the dangers on Friday when she ventured out to Craig's in West Hollywood with her friend Lindsey Vonn

Night life: The Newsroom actress did her best to take her mind off the dangers on Friday when she ventured out to Craig’s in West Hollywood with her friend Lindsey Vonn

The Newsroom actress did her best to take her mind off the dangers on Friday when she ventured out to the celeb-friendly hotspot Craig’s in West Hollywood with her friend, the Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn.

Olivia mentioned that she hadn’t had a milkshake in years, presumably since going vegan, but she was in for a treat as the restaurant served up two vegan shakes for her and Lindsey.

The athlete sipped on a minty grasshopper shake, while Olivia tasted a chocolate dairy-free shake that left her raving over how tasty it was. 

Yum! Olivia said she hadn't had a milkshake in years, presumably since going vegan, but she was in for a treat as the restaurant served up two vegan shakes for her and Lindsey

Yum! Olivia said she hadn’t had a milkshake in years, presumably since going vegan, but she was in for a treat as the restaurant served up two vegan shakes for her and Lindsey


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