Not Losing Weight Even After Dieting? Then Let Sonam Kapoor, Parineeti Chopra And Deepika Padukone Guide You To Fix Your Diet.
You read many articles on dieting, and all those articles gave you an idea on foods that promote healthy weight loss. But do you know even certain healthy foods can cause weight gain? So if you are not seeing any results even after months of doing dieting and exercises then you are most probably eating wrong foods.
Sonam Kapoor, Deepika Padukone and Parineeti Chopra saw extraordinary results when they fixed their diet chart. Here is how they did so and achieved a near perfect body.
Sonam Kapoor was not happy with her stomach, and she kept asking her trainer why she cannot achieve a flat stomach. But then it was her dietician who solved her problem, her dietician realized Sonam is allergic to milk and milk products are giving her bloated belly. Sonam stopped drinking milk and the problem was solved completely.
Deepika, like every South Indian woman loved her rice. But she did not know rice is something she cannot digest easily. She had less energy and she told this to her nutritionist. After counseling her dietician found out rice is making Deepika lethargic, so DP has to stop eating rice.
Yogurt and red meat are the reasons Parineeti appeared bloated many times. Parineeti lost tons of weight but she was not happy with bloated look, she went to a doctor and some tests revealed she is allergic to red meat and Yogurt. Now Parineeti don’t eat those foods and she is looking fit and fine.
So, if you are serious about weight loss then do dieting in right manner, go to a doctor and find out what foods don’t go well with your system. This process will help you in achieving your dream body.
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