Jennie Garth's weight has made the headlines. On March 7, People reported that the "Beverly Hills, 90210" star, who is 40 years old, lost 30 pounds in order to get her body bikini ready. "Maintenance is definitely challenging. It's something you have to do daily . . . You have to remind yourself what your priorities are, and remind yourself about staying healthy and living a healthy life," said Garth. "Every day, I try to schedule something in, whether it's hiking with my dog or jogging or going to the gym."
However, Garth is not depriving herself. White chocolate, for example, is a food Jenni describes as "my weakness."
Are Jennie Garth's weight, and her exercise and eating habits, good for a 40-year-old? After all, Jenni is no longer "90210" age. "Whilst accepting that exercise is good for you it’s also essential you listen to your body and don’t overdo things. The body’s ability to heal and recover can take longer as we age and over enthusiastic training combined with stress, and lack of sleep can tip you over into injury," reports Female First. On diet for over-40 women, Female First reports, "Diets wreck your metabolism and results in yo-yo weight gain and loss. The key to successful weight management is adopting a healthy eating plan and sticking with it - for LIFE!"
It appears, based on what Jenni says, that she's going about diet and exercise in a sensible manner.
Perhaps, in addition to Jennie Garth's weight loss success, she has also gotten over her divorce to "Twilight"'s Peter Facinelli. "I think there will come a time when [seeing Peter with new girlfriend Jaimie Alexander] won’t sting so bad. But I’m not quite there yet," said Jennie in 2012.
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