Rebel Wilson has worked hard on her weight loss, and she has actually already managed to reach her original goal weight of 165 pounds in the months of the COVID-19 quarantine. The actress is much healthier and happier now, but a lot more has changed in her life after dropping the weight.
According to the Australian actress, people now treat her differently than how she would be treated before the incredible weight loss.
On an Australian radio show, The Morning Crew with Hughesy, Ed and Erin yesterday, the Pitch Perfect actress shared: ‘I think what’s really interesting is how other people treat you. Because people were sometimes taller, they didn’t necessarily have to look at you twice. Now that I’m in good shape, people offer to carry my groceries to the car and keep the doors open for you. I’m like, is this what other people have been going through all the time? ‘
Plus, another thing she found interesting was how fascinated the audience has been with her entire fitness progress.
“I also find it interesting that people are paying so much attention to weight loss transformation, when so much is happening in the world,” she noted.
The actress began to focus more than ever on her health and fitness in early 2020, which she even referred to as her “year of health.”
In May, she had already reached her goal weight of 165 pounds and took to social media to tell her fans about it!
However, throughout the trip, she kept her followers updated on her progress and methods of losing weight.
Although she has tried many different physical exercises, the actress previously revealed that she thought that even walking every day gave her great results and of course was easy enough and enjoyable.
As for her diet, she previously told PEOPLE, ‘Before I probably ate 3,000 calories most days, and since they were normally carbs, I would still be hungry. So I really switched to a high-protein diet, which is challenging because I didn’t eat a lot of meat. I eat fish, salmon and chicken fillet. ‘
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