Bride-To-Be Droped Three Dress Sizes In Just 4 Months Without Doing Any Exercises For Dream Wedding
August 12, 2019 15:18 By Fabiosa
Everyone wants to feel and look their best on their wedding day. If you're unhappy with your weight, you may be hoping to trim down or tone up before the big day arrives.
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Some people, in fact, may be feeling more motivated than ever to reach their weight loss goal — perhaps even in a short timeframe.
Weigh loss without exercises
Emma Roberts, 34, managed to drop three dress sizes in just 4 months to fit into her dream dress. And what is more interesting is that she achieved it without doing any exercise.
Although being a gym fanatic in the past, the woman had to give up exercise 7 years ago when she developed a cyst under her kneecap and suffered inflammation in her hips. As a result, Emma began piling on the pounds until she was 12 stone 8lbs and a size 16.
Incredibly, in just four months, the woman's waist was 10 inches smaller meaning she could fit into a stunning fit and flare dress in a size 10.
“When I gained weight, I didn’t feel very good about myself...I even had a meltdown on New Year’s Eve in 2018 because I couldn’t find something to wear that I felt comfortable in. There’s no way I wanted to stay that way for my wedding.”
So what was her secret?
The mum-of-one shed the weight by following a 600 calorie a day meal replacement plan - the 1:1 Diet from the Cambridge Weight Plan.
Because the woman hates vegetables, salad, pasta and rice, she daily diet included 1 peanut bar for breakfast, 1 peanut bar for lunch, flavored shake for dinner, tea with no sugar and 2.25 liters of water a day.
Believe it or not, the result was worth it!
Emma has got the body and life of a different woman.
How to lose weight quickly
For quick and safe loss of weight try to follow these simple rules:
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- Avoid sugary drinks and fruit juice
- Drink water a half hour before meals
- Choose weight loss-friendly foods
- Eat your food slowly
- Eat mostly whole, unprocessed foods
At the end of the day, always put your health first!
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