Ayesha Curry Talks Health and Weight Loss – Here Are Some Diets She Recommends

Oyin Balogun
Aug 18, 2020
01:30 A.M.
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Ayesha Curry recently stunned fans with her dramatic weight loss when she appeared on the cover of Shape magazine. The TV chef has since divulged some of the secrets which helped her shed thirty-five pounds.


As the world reels from the effects of COVID-19-enforced lockdowns, more and more celebrities are revealing how they spent their time in isolation.

Canadian-American actress, cookbook author, and TV personality, Ayesha Curry has also come out with a stunning revelation — she devoted the time to her body.

Ayesha Curry attends the 2019 BET Awards at Microsoft Theater on June 23, 2019 in Los Angeles, California | Photo: Getty Images


Curry recently appeared on Shape magazine's "Women Run The World" issue. Fans were pleasantly surprised to see that the actress had lost over thirty pounds and looked quite fit.

While many know Curry to be an industrious entrepreneur, the 31-year-old is also a confessed food enthusiast and recently admitted to inheriting food and "hustle" as love languages from her mother. She said:

"Food is my passion. It's my love language: It's how I make people happy. It's what I think about every second"


As many are well aware, being a "foodie" can come with its challenges, not least of which is controlling one's weight gain.

The most challenging part of Curry's fitness training, however, was toning her arms.

To help others on their fitness journeys, Curry teamed up with Fitbit Premium on July 7 to share recipes and four workout videos for their app subscribers.


Curry explained that she was very cautious of her diet and used the Fitbit app to monitor her calories and ensure that she met her daily goals.

However, she admitted that she still indulged in 'chicken parm night,' which is a favorite of her children, Riley Elizabeth, 8, Ryan Carson, 5, and Canon W. Jack, 2.


Curry also revealed that she was very "into portion control" and consumed a lot of green vegetables. She added that she and her husband, NBA star Steph Curry, often sync their workout schedules and make food traditions to involve the whole family.

The most challenging part of Curry's fitness training, however, was toning her arms. The "Family Food Fight" host expressed that she had to create a Fitbit Premium workout specifically for toning her arms and has since been getting positive results.

When she isn't running one of her numerous business ventures, or taking care of her family, Curry is a vocal advocate of the "Black Lives Matter" movement.

The actress stated that although discussing advocacy with her children can sometimes be emotional, she draws strength from seeing "people from all walks of life stand up for justice and fight for what's right."


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