Wynonna's contract with Alli must be over and out because she's now giving us the scoop on her real diet secrets, you know, the fun ones that don't involve gas with oily spotting and the urgent need to visit the bathroom (both possible Alli side effects).
Wynonna chatted with People.com and gave them the 411 on her recent five-dress-size, 55-pound weight loss, and it's much more fun than popping a few pills.
One of her secrets? Pole dancing. Wy says, "I went to my first club in Vegas and danced on the pole with friends!"
Her healthier lifestyle also includes some other maybe not so fun treatments, although preferable to greasy gas I would think. From People.com:
That healthier lifestyle includes brain state conditioning, a treatment that helps patients be less inclined to turn to food during stressful situations. "My weight was a symptom and not the problem," says Judd, 46. "I used food to soothe and reward and I don't do that anymore."
She also gave her pantry a makeover. "Very seldom will you see donuts in my house because I can eat a box," says Judd. "It's like a chip, I can't eat just one." In addition, Judd also began taking daily walks around her expansive property in Leipers Fork, Tenn., and now "I can walk up the hill behind my house without puking."
Another perk of losing the weight? A new wardrobe! "If you look at old Judd photos I was hiding in turtlenecks and coats," she says. But now her favorite items to wear are jeans, low-cut tops and sexy new undergarments.
"I went into a lingerie store for the first time where I didn't feel embarrassed," says Judd, who picked up some lace stockings and push-up bras. "I left feeling like Miss America!"
Another probable secrets that isn't listed in the People.com article is her recent fight to take control of her finances. Stress over money can be a definite pound-putter-on-er, so taking control has got to be helping things out more than a little bit. Wynonna considers herself to be in financial recovery. She says, "I have a house keeper who's part-time, in and out. I used to do the full, rock star thing and I'm now in financial recovery so I've cut back and I now do cash only. I have one credit card and that's if I need to buy a car."
Anyone else wonder what her credit card limit must be that she saves it for when she needs to buy a car? Most of us have a credit card for when we need to rent a car, she has one for when she needs to buy a car. Has to be nice. But I do applaud Wynonna, if only we could all be so hellbent on doing good in our life we'd all be in a much better place I think.
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