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Rebel Wilson flaunts her incredible weight loss after achieving her goal weight of 75kg

Rebel Wilson flaunts her incredible weight loss in a shimmering turtleneck top and skintight leggings after achieving her goal weight of 75kg

Rebel Wilson is back in the US after a spending a few weeks at the Vivamayr Altaussee luxury medical spa in Austria.

And on Saturday, the actress, who recently achieved her goal weight of 75kg,  flaunted her incredible weight loss as she posed in front of her car.

The 40-year-old showcased her slimmed down figure in a shimmery, fitted turtleneck top, which she matched with leggings that clung to her trim pins.

Slimmed down: Rebel Wilson flaunted her incredible weight loss in a shimmering turtleneck top and skintight leggings as she stepped out of her car before getting it cleaned at a car wash

She wore a facemask

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Obese teacher transforms her body with weight loss surgery

  • Ashlee Coleman, from Houston, Texas, has struggled with her weight since childhood, and was always known as the ‘big girl’ in school 
  • She turned to food for comfort, and would binge on donuts and tacos for breakfast, and eat fast food for dinner every day  
  • When she was 18, she tried to change her body naturally by dieting, but despite the healthy eating regimen working initially, she soon piled on weight again 
  • At her heaviest, Ashlee weighed 215lbs, and she found herself unable to keep up with her children, Liam, seven, and Declan, two
  • In 2019, she decided to undergo a vertical gastric sleeve surgery, which cut her stomach size by 80%, and forced her to eat tiny portions 
  • After her recovery, she transformed her diet and took up regular exercise, and she has since lost 70lbs

An obese woman who used to gorge herself on donuts and tacos for

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You Should Be Exercising This Much to Lose Weight

Countless diets will tell you that you don’t have to exercise to lose weight. Take it from me: That’s one of the biggest red flags you shouldn’t partake in that diet. After all, if you want to shed pounds and keep them off, it’s important that you not only alter your diet but that you also instill healthier habits into your lifestyle that you can sustain over time. A go-to routine that you love—which you can modify over time to keep your body adapting—is one of the surest ways to shut off your body’s fat genes and transform your physique for the long haul.

But the question always remains: How much should you exercise to lose weight? Do you just need short bursts of rapid-fire HIIT workouts? Or do you need something bigger, longer, and more involved? According to a fascinating new study published just last month in the journal

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Gogglebox stars’ dramatic transformations – incredible weight loss and epic hairstyles

Most of us don’t care about how we look while watching TV – but we’re not being filmed for an audience of millions.

The Gogglebox cast have to contend with cameras moving round their living rooms as they delve into their telly viewing.

Some of the cast have been on the show for years and their appearances have changed drastically over that time.

Many members of the Gogglebox cast have completely revamped their look after finding fame on the show – and viewers have absolutely loved their new looks.

There have been incredible weight loss stories, some epic new hairstyles and even unrecognisable faces.

Here is a look at some of the Gogglebox gang’s epic transformations.

Amy Tapper

The reality star revealed last year that she had lost over three stone


The Tapper family, which consists of mum Nikki, dad Jonathan and siblings Josh and Amy, were firm

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This Guy Says Changing His Mindset Was the Key to His 150-Pound Weight Loss

Robert Glover, a.k.a. Brix Fitness, makes a living coaching and inspiring others to pursue their health and fitness goals—and he is able to speak from personal experience, having once weighed around 360 pounds.

Damontre Moore standing in a room: Robert Glover aka Brix Fitness shares how he lost 150 pounds after years of struggling with his weight, by focusing on his mindset and balanced nutrition.

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Robert Glover aka Brix Fitness shares how he lost 150 pounds after years of struggling with his weight, by focusing on his mindset and balanced nutrition.

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“I wasn’t obese all my life,” he says in a new video. “I gained a bunch of weight after high school, maybe 5 or 6 years after high school I put on 120 pounds, and it happened incrementally. I didn’t really realize I was overweight until my mom came down from New York to visit… I hadn’t seen her in probably 2 years, and the moment her eyes met me, her

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Exercise for Weight Loss: Aim for 300 Minutes a Week

But Kyle Flack, an assistant professor of nutrition at the University of Kentucky, began to wonder a few years ago if this outcome was inevitable. Maybe, he speculated, there was a ceiling to people’s caloric compensations after exercise, meaning that if they upped their exercise hours, they would compensate for fewer of the lost calories and lose weight.

For a study published in 2018, he and his colleagues explored that idea, asking overweight, sedentary men and women to start exercising enough that they burned either 1,500 or 3,000 calories a week during their workouts. After three months, the researchers checked everyone’s weight loss, if any, and used metabolic calculations to determine how many calories the volunteers had consumed in compensation for their exertions.

The total, it turned out, was an average of about 1,000 calories a week of compensatory eating, no matter how much people had worked out. By that

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Eat Beans to Lose Weight and Live Longer, Expert Says

A guiding light for many aspiring healthy eaters is the world’s Blue Zones, the small, outlier regions on the planet where people live much longer than expected lifespans. I’m talking about far-flung places like the Barbagia region of Sardinia, Italy; Ikaria, Greece; the Nicoya Peninsula of Costa Rica; and Okinawa, Japan, where women live the longest lifespans in the known world.

According to a new CNBC article by Dan Buettner, a National Geographic Fellow, longevity researcher, and author of The Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer from the People Who’ve Lived the Longest, there are several general dieting rules that basically all of these healthy people adhere to. They eat a ton of whole foods, for instance. They also eat lots of plants (upwards of 90%), plenty of olive oil, not too much meat or fish, and rarely any sugar. They consume plenty of water. But there’s a surprising

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Exercise can lead to weight loss if you do it for 300 minutes a week, a study suggests

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  • Exercise alone often doesn’t cause significant weight loss because it can increase appetite, causing you to eat back the calories you just burned.
  • But new research found 300 minutes a week of exercise (an hour a day, six days a week) can burn fat and lead to weight loss.
  • And exercise has other benefits too, such as building muscle, increasing strength and endurance, and improving mood.
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The common wisdom is that you can’t out-train a poor diet.One reason is that exercise can lead to an increased appetite, causing you to eat back a majority of the calories you just burned.

But with enough exercise, around 300 minutes a week, you can lose weight and reduce body fat, according to a study published in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise.

Researchers from the University of Kentucky looked at 44 overweight, sedentary participants between the

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Weight loss, heart health, and more

Walking and running are both suitable forms of exercise for weight loss and heart health. The benefits and risks depend on a person’s goals and current level of health and fitness.

While both activities allow a person to burn calories, lose weight, and lower their risk of heart disease, there is much debate over which is better.

Read on to learn more about the benefits and risks.

Cardiovascular exercise is also known simply as cardio. It often uses major muscle groups in the body, gets the heart pumping faster, and increases breathing rate.

Walking and running are both types of cardio.

Cardio exercises offer numerous health benefits, including:

One study examined the benefits of exercise for mental health and found that 30 minutes of moderate-intensity activity, such as brisk walking, was enough to reduce anxiety and depression, alongside its other health benefits.

Walking and running provide similar health benefits, but

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Which Is Better for Heart Health, Weight Loss and Fitness?

Okay, so neither salt nor sugar is nutritionally whiter than white. However, both serve a purpose and in moderation can be part of a healthy diet, but the real question is: which deserves a place at your table?

We’ve tasted, tested and evaluated the latest scientific studies to find out.

Muscle Power


Salt won’t actively boost your biceps, but consuming less than a teaspoon per day will hamper your growth. A deficiency can reduce creatine absorption by almost 80%.


A sugary pre-workout snack can sink your T levels and inhibit muscle growth by as much as 11%. But drinks containing sugar maltose can boost your cycling speed by 4%.

Weight Loss


Exceeding your RDA by just 1g per day can spike your obesity risk by 26%. Fall below 0.5g, however, and your insulin resistance rises, also potentially spurring weight gain.


Those who obtain 10% of their

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