Milania Giudice there was once a special in the family of “Skinny Italinas”. because he was on the stockier side. She quickly lost 40 pounds to relieve the pressure.
Milania Giudice was uncomfortable
The Bravo kid said she was out of control in high school and lost 40 pounds in two months, but there wasn’t some drama behind it, her mom is Teresa Giudice after all.
“I was pushing so hard. The heaviest was like 150, and then when I finished (losing weight), I was like 110,” the 17-year-old girl said on her mother’s podcast. “Namaste Bitches”. He revealed that he was not looking his best.
“I was so skinny after that. I was literally like a stick. I was so skinny because I was just working out, but I felt good.” As long as you feel good, that’s all that matters (oh, and it’s not hurting your body.)
Teresa Giudice gave delicious tips
Milania insisted her mother didn’t encourage her to lose a few pounds, but hinted that a third of the four girls were getting a little chubby. “My mom would — she’d never say anything to me — but she’d say, ‘Oh, do you want another ice cream?’
Her sisters were the ones who were a little tough. Siblings will make you figure out if you’re really part of the family and not adopted. Milania’s sisters are like everyone else’s. “My sisters always poked me. For example, “Oh, do you have another ice cream after dinner?” They always poked me a little, but it was fine. It was whatever.”
He continued with his mother, it was different. “I’d say, ‘Mom, don’t tell me anything, if I have one more ice cream, I’ll have another!’ explained the teenager.
Milania Guidice didn’t care
The New Jersey native also shared that her comeback was, “”I don’t care if I’m fat! I’d say if I’m fat, I’m fat. It doesn’t matter. It’s my life.” Finally, the change happened for the reality star.
“It just clicked and I did it.” Guidice was proud of her daughter. “They have to do it for themselves,” she said of living a healthy lifestyle. Besides, he loves his daughter as much as he can.
“You can’t force them, and I didn’t want her to have a complex or anything, and I think she looks adorable.” It was just a little thicker.”
Teresa Giudice pulled out all the stops
Giudice, who once had a passion for fitness and participated in a bodybuilding competition, gave her daughter a little help. He hired a nutritionist who made him the “healthiest meals” three times a day.
However, Milania worked hard, training twice a day, before and after school. She now describes the transition as a “flash” after “literally drowning in my own body.”
Still, he wasn’t too down, it led to something great for him.
“It happens to everyone. Your life lights up,” he explained. “I’d say my brilliance hit in eighth grade.”