<h3 http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/13/idUSnHUGdsQR+73+ONE20140113 style=”clear:both”>Study: Is Post-Wedding Weight Gain a Thing?
The actress covers Net-a-Porter’s latest issue of The Edit , where she says that after six years of playing a badass on the big screen, she needed a break from working out. “I’ve been an active person my whole life,” the Guardians of the Galaxy star explains. “The past year has been the only time in my life that I haven’t been to the gym. I’ve been lazy instead of training for something and pushing myself.” Saldana was never “trying to be skinny.” Instead, she says, “I just like to know how much endurance I have. But this past year I’ve let myself go.
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comment on this post Shutterstock. File this under Things We Wish Werent True But Come As No Surprise: A new study is the latest to confirm that a brides I dos are often followed by an increase in eek lbs. A Daily Mail article summarizes the Australian study, which consisted of a survey of 350 brides about their post-wedding weight gain. Mainly: Six months after their weddings, participants had gained on average of 4.7 lbs. Dieting brides who lost weight before the wedding gained an average of 7.1 lbs.
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