Celebrities always seem to have seriously weight loss in short amounts of time, and some employ very unhealthy methods to do so. However, many rely on good, old-fashioned diet and exercise to shed unwanted pounds, whether gained because of pregnancy or a movie/television/theater role.
Let’s check out some of the best celebrity weight loss advice “out there,” which you can take to (proverbial) heart in addition to researching Phentermine, the weight loss solution in Miami gaining immense popularity in Miami. Phentermine stimulates certain hormones to suppress the appetite, which allows the stomach to naturally shrink over time.
The Fashion Police star lost weight after dancing to the music on Dancing With the Stars. She makes a point of looking attractive when going to the gym, as it helps motivate her.
“If you don’t like your reflection [at the gym], you don’t want to go back,” she told Self. “I don’t want to look at myself looking gross.”
Jenna Dewan Tatum
The beautiful Mrs.Tatum lost her baby weight by doing lunges and calf raises while simultaneously rocking her daughter for 45 minutes.
It took the reality starlet over a year to drop 30 pounds due to her love of certain foods.
“If I ate better, I would lose weight faster, but I don’t want to,” she said in an interview in the February issue of Cosmopolitan Australia. “I love food, and there’s lots of family time with food and your friends. I work out really hard so I can have my champagne and that part of life. I’d rather take longer to lose weight but have fun doing it.”
Kardashian doesn’t believe in deprivation, and her strategy worked–after all, dropping weight too quickly makes you lose muscle as well as fat! It also makes gaining the weight back much more likely.
The original American Idol can’t stand the gym, but loves her treadmill. Her trick is to focus on being healthy, not skinny.
“Really, what I try to instill in my fans is to be healthy and happy. I have no desire to be super-skinny,” she has said.
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