Rebel Wilson shows off her weight loss transformation in a steaming yellow sundress

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Rebel Wilson is once again showing off her slimmed down figure in the midst of her current ‘health year’.

The “Pitch Perfect” actress, 40, is losing about 165 pounds by the end of 2020. She has documented her experience changing her diet and making more exercise part of her routine. On Saturday, the actress shared a selfie of herself in a bright yellow sundress she donned to attend a friend’s wedding.

“The hottest day of the year x Hair and photo,” she captioned the image.

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She also added a few more photos from the big day to her Instagram Story. In them, she broods in front of the camera while showcasing her dramatic weight loss journey so far.

Wilson worked with fitness trainer Jono Castano, who recently provided insight into how the actress achieves these important goals.

“And obviously the results speak so much, when you get amazing results – you know, we’re talking about Rebel – a lot of people see that and they see the quality of the work,” Castano told Yahoo! Lifestyle.

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In this Wednesday April 29, 2015, file photo, actress Rebel Wilson poses for the media during a photocall to promote the film ‘Pitch Perfect 2’ in Berlin, Germany.
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The personal trainer’s top tips were to focus on nutrition, work out five days a week, “balanced supplementation and multivitamins” and “recover well, this includes stretching, sleeping well, making sure. not to be stressed, etc. ”

As for exercise, he told the outlet that he works heavy lifting with Wilson as well as high intensity workouts.

Wilson has also been mindful of her nutrition during her weight loss journey. According to People magazine, she took a trip to Austria in 2019 where she fell in love with the Mayr Method diet.

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The key points of the diet are to stop snacking, put more emphasis on breakfast rather than dinner, reduce the intake of dairy and gluten, avoid distractions while eating like scrolling on social media and chew every bite 40 times, according to Prevention magazine. .

Fox News’ Naledi Ushe contributed to this report.

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