Tia Mowry has cooked up a whole new, healthy way of living since starring in the hit '90s sitcom Sister, Sister, and she invited ET into her home, where she opened up about where life has taken her.
"It is still on the air -- Sister, Sister," Mowry tells ET's Nischelle Turner. "When I look back at the show, I go through the awkward stages of 'Oh my God! What were you wearing? Oh geez, Tia! What were you thinking?'"
Now 38, Tia is focused on being a healthy example for her family. She's been married to actor Cory Hardrict since 2008. The two met on the set of a low-budget movie.
"One day after work, I got into the car and I saw my husband at the bus stop," Tia recalls to ET. "He was like, 'I'm going home.' And I was like, 'Well, I can go ahead and take you home.' And he was like, 'Well, um... it's uh.... in the hood.' And I was like, 'I don't care. So?' So, yeah, I took him home."
It wasn't until after they said "I do" that Tia learned she had a common disorder called endometriosis, which affects the uterus and can make it difficult to conceive a child.
Wanting to be a mom, Tia looked for a natural solution to her problem by ditching dairy, refined sugars and processed foods. She claims it changed her life.