Holiday mood is on! Rebel Wilson has shared lots of bathing suit and two-piece photographs in the midst of her great 75-pound weight reduction, and it’s reasonable the artist is feeling astounding nowadays.
The Pitch Perfect star uncovered she dropped “70, 75 pounds, perhaps a bit more” during an Instagram Live in July. She’s been centered around keeping a balanced eating regimen and work-out everyday practice since declaring her “Year of Health” on New Year’s Day 2020.
Consistency has been key for Rebel, and her system has included “adequate sleep, walking, hydrating and drinking water” daily. “So far, [I] have not gained any of it back, which is pretty cool, because never in my life have I been able to do that,” she made sense of.
The actress has been extremely open about her weight loss journey and desires to motivate others that it’s “not too late to start” focusing on taking care of oneself.
“Now that I know I can do it, sometimes I feel sad that I didn’t do it earlier. Maybe I should have tried when I was 30, not 40,” the Australian celebrity told InStyle in May.
“What I learned is it’s really the little things that I do every day that make a difference,” she continued. “Anyone can go on walks and drink more water and do little, consistent things that’ll improve their lives. It’s not too late to start, no matter what age you are.”
Rebel previously pointed to turning to junk food to “numb” any negative feelings as a hindrance to keeping her weight down.
“I remember this was when I was at my most unhealthiest — being overweight and indulging way too much with junk food. Using food to numb my emotions,” Rebel Wilson composed on her Instagram account in August. “My father had passed away of a heart attack and it was such a sad time. I didn’t think highly of myself and wasn’t valuing myself how I should have.”
Despite the fact that she was in “so much pain” during that time, Rebel Wilson is “so glad” of what she’s proceeded to “accomplish,” in spite of any road obstructions.
“[I] just wanted to send out some encouragement to everyone out there struggling with weight or body issues or emotional eating. I feel you,” she continued. “I know what it’s like. But it’s never too late to start improving yourself and trying to be the best version of YOU possible.”