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5 Celebs Reveal Their Biggest Weight-Loss Struggles
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Though you may not think it, weight loss is hard for everyone—even those with money and movie deals. Yes, they have access to the best trainers, nutritionists, and chefs, but at the end of the day the choices you make are your own.
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4/18/2017
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Womens Health
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