Jessica Simpson's Weight Gain Explained! Video

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Sarah: Hey guys welcome to the calorie minute brought to you by diet.com. I am Sarah your host and I am with Stephen Cabral, body transformation expert. Now a lot lately for perhaps some weight that she might have gained. We are not saying she definitely gained weight, I think that small part that might have been in her outfit and the angles of the pictures. But for someone like Jessica who actually does eat very very healthy and has a very strict exercise routine. When she finally stops eating that healthy and exercising that much, is she more likely to gain more weight than the average person whom you know leisurely exercises and eats remotely healthy because it seems like she is taking a lot of flax for it. Stephen Cabral: Well I mean regardless of really who it is, everyone's body functions pretty much the same way and stress hormones things like that can play into account for weight gain and also weight loss. But you are right, when people are trying to lose weight they usually restrict their calories. So its one easy way or one way people start right away to lose weight and the other way is the increased activity and exercise. What happens is when she stops her working out and she goes off her calorie restricted diet she is no longer bringing those calories everyday. She had already dropped her lean body mass a little bit and she is eating more calories. So, that's definitely a recipe for weight gain plus the and worst part probably is when she goes back to dieting or anyone goes back to dieting, that second, third, fourth time, tries to do the same exact way, they don't have the same success because they have lowered their metabolism. Sarah: It's really hard to exercise 365 days a year. It's just my body and some weeks I don't want to workout. Do have any advice for people like me who may do want take a week-off but we don't want to totally go off the gain all that weight. Stephen Cabral: Yeah, I would usually say, I mean there are times when you can take a full week off but instead it says people don't dive into head first and start working out everyday. So what I would recommend is find the schedule that works for you, we don't feel overwhelmed by it. So that means three days a week for you, that's fine. It can be five days a week for others, might be six days a week for others, usually stick eight day off per week. Let your body rest, that means you can go for a long walk nutritiously and another thing is with the dieting once you reach your goal weight, you should really be having a cheat meal if you would like every 10 meals or so, every 3 days, at least once a week. What it does is that it recharges to your metabolism, you know it doesn't feel like you are in famine all the time. So, it's important to keep in mind that has to be a lifestyle, certainly keep going. Sarah: okay, we are good to know. Thank you for helping clarify some of these things for me and I am not so scared now I guess that leaving the gym for about a week. Hopefully you guys enjoyed this video and don't forget to subscribe to diet health and we will see you next time.

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