Before and after her “Year of Health” weight loss program in 2020, Rebel Wilson was always confident about her size.
Reflecting on her public weight loss, she noted that people regarded her differently once she reached her target weight of 165 lbs.
Wilson, 40, stated on Wednesday’s episode of The Morning Crew with Hughesy, Ed, and Erin, “It’s intriguing” about the change in the conduct of others around her.
“I loved to think I looked nice regardless of my size,” stated the Pitch Perfect actress. And I’ve always been confident, so it’s not as if I was not confident before and am now really confident.
She continued, “I believe the most intriguing aspect has been how others have treated me.”
“As a larger individual, people didn’t always give you a second glance,” Wilson said. People offer to take my groceries to the car and hold doors open for me now that I’m in good shape.
Due to this change in treatment, the Australian actress confessed she began to wonder, “Is this the norm for other individuals?”
Amazingly, people pay so much attention to a weight reduction makeover when there’s so much going on in the world, said the Hustle star.
In 2020, Wilson meticulously documented her “Year of Health” quest on social media. In May, she disclosed that her target weight was 165 pounds, which she attained by November.
In addition to focusing on fitness, the actress emphasized proper nutrition.
Before her weight loss adventure, she told PEOPLE that she “probably consumed 3,000 calories per day” and that “because they were mostly carbohydrates, I was still hungry.” (Women should consume at least 1,200 calories per day, while males should consume at least 1,800 calories per day.)
To reach her aims, the comedian began following a diet that includes a reduction in sugar and gluten consumption and an emphasis on complete foods with high alkaline content, such as vegetables, fresh fish, and sheep’s milk yogurt.
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