Jersey Shore star Sammi Sweetheart lost 15 pounds after she decided to take out all that pasta out of her diet. The reality TV star went on a no carb diet and started cardio workouts to lose all the extra weight.
The 23-year-old brunette gained some pounds while she was in Miami shooting for the second season of Jersey Shore. All the good looking people in Miami motivated her to change her eating habits and start losing weight.
“I just changed my diet, and the next thing you know the pounds just came off. You have to look good in Miami because beautiful people are everywhere you look! You don’t want to turn into a slob,” says Sammy.
She started out by cutting all the carbs from her diet, and the toughest one was giving up her favorite food – pasta.
“I miss it like crazy, but I don’t eat pasta anymore. I eat my vegetables and try to stay healthy,” confesses Sami.
To compliment her new healthy diet, Sammi also exercises regularly. Her intensive cardio routine helps her burn the calories and keep the weight off.
“I do soccer drills — I jog a lap, then sprint, jog the rest of the way, then sprint again,” she adds.
This intense weight loss regimen not only helped Sammi lose 15 pounds, but also removed the pressure to look fit in Miami.
Celeb Diet Doc Says..
Remember don’t get hung up on the “all carbs” are evil bandwagon. Bottom line is that processed carbs in the form of breads, pastas, cakes (I know say it ain’t so) are responsible for weight gain. “Carbs” from fruit and veggies will help you lose weight.
Free Diet Profile and OMG Fat Loss ReportEnter the type of foods you eat in my Free Diet Profile and you'll get:
- 10 personal recommendations to help you lose body fat right now.
- You'll also get my special Fat Loss report and discover this "1 trick to losing body fat."
Just enter your first name and email below and your diet profile and free bonuses will be emailed to you.
Your email will NEVER be sold or rented. We guarantee your confidentiality. Be sure to check your "bulk","spam" or "junk" folders in your email as sometimes they get mistakenly filtered.