She is proof that small efforts can make a significant difference in our health and weight loss.
Sheryl Underwood is an American comedian and television personality who initially gained notoriety as the first female contestant in the “Miller Lite Comedy Search” in 1989.
She is now one of the anchors on CBS’s daytime talk show “The Talk” and has been the talk of the town recently for her face and physique change, which left her practically unrecognizable.
How did Sheryl Underwood manage to slim down?
She also frequently promotes the digestive wellness brand “Metacumil,” which seeks to make individuals feel lighter and more energized.
What does Sheryl Underwood do for exercise?
Sheryl Underwood's noticeable transformation on Instagram
She has lost weight since she characterized herself as “top-heavy” in prior photos. The presenter can be seen promoting the digestive wellness brand “Metacumil” on her page as well.
What was more fulfilling for Sheryl Underwood in her weight loss journey?
Sheryl claimed that cutting off sugar was the most rewarding in the same interview with “The Talk.”
“Now, my midsection is flatter, and my clothes are fitting better. I could actually see my body and my face changing,” she said, adding, “I don’t eat a lot of sugar, but sometimes you have a taste for soda or chocolate milk.”
“It was the hardest, but it was also the most rewarding—it showed me a discipline I didn’t know I have. And I learned that if I gave myself a treat, I didn’t have to eat the whole thing.”
What have been the benefits of her weight-loss journey?
Sheryl states she’s been getting “7, 8, or even 9 hours of sleep,” which she says “feels great.”
“I have more energy now! I was always stressed out before and not getting good sleep,” she explained. “But when you learn to listen to people (like with the daily phone calls) and learn how to be present through meditation, you get better sleep. Not having all that processed sugar and exercising more helped, too.”
According to her statement in the interview acquired by Prevention, she’s likewise encouraged to continue making minor changes to her body and become healthier owing to her weight-loss journey.
“I’m inspired that small changes have made me be able to cross my legs. My other goal is to get into some clothes that I wore years ago, and I have them all saved up,” she continued.
“My doctor really wants me to live on lettuce and water, but I want to incrementally get to a healthier place. I love my body, don’t get me wrong! But I would like to get my midsection down.”
“So I have to continue learning. I really enjoy food a lot, but when I go places, I’m trying to not indulge just because I can,” the actress added.
“I’m also thinking about whether I’m eating because I’m anxious or emotional. I like potato chips, and no one says I can’t have them. But if you eat the whole bag, it’s about something else.”
“So hopefully by May or June, I’ll see a significant change in my body—and my spirit. I notice I eat a lot of processed food, and I’ve started to taste different foods that are made differently.”