These Tips From A Royal Nutritionist Will Help You Shed A Few Pounds In Just 2 Months

The wedding of Princess Eugenie and John Brooksbank on October 12 was a significant event in the history of the royal family. It will remain a topic of discussion for a long time in every way. And some of the people will definitely be curious about how the bride managed to lose a few extra pounds in such a short time, turning into a slim girl.

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Every woman knows that the hardest thing in a diet is to get rid of the first 5 lbs and keep the achieved result. Princess Eugenie already had a wonderful body, but decided to bring it to perfection before the most important event in her life. How did she achieve results in a such short time?

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According to the Princess, she spent every morning in the park, running and doing exercises with high physical activity from 7 to 8 o'clock. Sometimes, she also attended a gym.

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She also stuck to nutritional guidelines given by her nutritionist, Gabriela Peacock. As a result, the royal bride managed to trimmed down by about 6 lbs, according to the fitness experts.

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Even Prince Harry decided to get rid of a few extra pounds on the eve of his wedding. It is quite possible that his diet and recovery process were developed by Gabriela Peacock as well.

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Peacock is an experienced royal dietitian, who helps the family members in everything that concerns nutrition and weight-loss. However, more often she can be found in an elite women’s gym, where she works as a leading nutritionist.

After Princess Eugenie’s wedding, when the bride amazed everybody with her stunning transformation, Gabriela revealed the secrets of the “royal weight loss system.” She recommends excluding from one's diet some cereals, sugar, onions, and garlic that provoke abdominal distension. This is exactly where a few extra pounds come from. Cabbage, mushrooms, beans, dairy products, artichokes, apples, pears, and grapes are included in the “blacklist” of products that cause flatulence. If consumed moderately, this food still contains important minerals and vitamins that are useful for daily nutrition.

Among other tips from the nutrition expert, here are the most important:

  1. Limit alcohol.
  2. Eat more fiber-rich vegetables (broccoli, asparagus, celery). Chew them thoroughly.
  3. When preparing a smoothie, leave whole pieces of fruit in them for the vitamins and healthy fiber to be better preserved.
  4. Make sure to have breakfast, which starts the body’s work on burning calories in the morning.
  5. You can eat everything, even chocolate. Just remember about moderate quantities and products’ usefulness. For example, instead of milk chocolate, eat dark.
  6. Drink water in sufficient amount. It creates the necessary environment and conditions for normal metabolism.

And if you get enough sleep, as Princess Eugenie and Prince Harry did before their weddings, the result will be amazing. In a couple of months those extra pounds will go away; your body confidence and satisfaction will return.

What about you? Are you sticking to any diet at the moment? Would you like to try the “royal weight loss system?” Share your opinions in the comments.

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