Hilary Duff says she lost weight while enjoying bread, chocolate and wine

Eufemia Didonato

Instead of gaining the quarantine 15, Hilary Duff has transformed her body into fitness machine.

And she says she’s been able to do so by still eating the foods she enjoy.

Posing in a strapless bikini and sunglasses, the 32-year-old “Lizzie McGuire” star revealed how she was able to obtain her fantastic physique.

“I’ve still been counting my macros with my man @theflexible.dieting.coach and it’s truly helped me stay lean even while eating bread, chocolate, and wine!,” she wrote on Instagram Tuesday.

Duff revealed that her quarantine routine was due to trial and error, revealing she is working with a fitness studio alongside a nutrition coach.

Shouting out Novo Body Fitness, which also offers online workouts, the actress/actress said that she is “grateful I have found what works for me.”

Duff offered encouraging words of advice to her fans who might also be struggling in their weight-loss journey.

“I know it’s extra hard to keep up and find normalcy in quarantine but I truly hope you make at least 30 mins a day for yourself to stay connected,” she added.

Reminding her more than 15 million followers that mental health is equally as important as nutrition by concluding, Duff advised them to “do whatever feels good for you even if it’s not food or fitness related.”

Celeb Nutrition coach Erik Young shared her post on Instagram and further elaborated on what kind of diet he created for his client, writing that the mother of two is on a nonrestrictive weight loss plan that allows her to eat whatever she likes as long as she minds her macros.


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