#nosugar is working. I've been off the bad stuff for over 2 months and the weight flies off. Cut out all processed food, no fruit no artificial sweetener went full on with @sweetleafstevia #stevia Feeling #sundayfunday great! #nofilter #nomakeup for the #haters no tummy tuck here, not into scars! I do take #salt baths to loose the #bloat!
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Millionaire Matchmaker star Patti Stanger showed off a sexy, slim body in August on Instagram after making major changes to her diet.
The 55-year-old TV star wrote in the caption that for two months she cut out all processed foods and sugars—including fruit—and that the weight flew off. While Stanger looks positively stunning, Women's Health asked a dietician if cutting out natural sources of sugar (like fruit) is necessarily a good idea, and she said not so much.
It's true that cutting added sugar from our diets is a smart thing to do when trying to lose weight, but there's also a difference between added sugars and naturally occurring sugars.
So no, don't feel guilty about eating that apple with lunch or using a banana in your protein smoothie.
Stanger's other weight loss method, cutting processed food, is also another great way to lose weight. Just ask Blake Lively!
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