Kristin Chenoweth’s been the staple of the entertainment industry for the better part of two decades, whether she is appearing as a press secretary on 'The West Wing,' recording a Christmas album, singing on Broadway, or appearing in a Hallmark Channel love story. She is the rare breed of performer who is able to transcend all forms of media and excel at everything she does.
While you may have seen the actress in various projects over the years, it is also harder to look beside the fact, Kristin is a little on the light side of the weight scale. She is tiny, petite, and lightweight, and except for her Broadway's voice and the multiple men she's dated over the years, the physical appearance is the next thing you probably remember her by.
It’s not that she lost a lot of weight during her career, which makes her appearance remarkable. It is a fact; she has been able to maintain such a figure for almost three-decade, since her early theatre days in the early 90s. But then after the first decade of the 2000s, she looked even smaller than usual, which led people to ask if Kristin Chenoweth lost some weight.
Kristin Chenoweth Weight Loss; She Claimed to be 88 Pounds at One Point
Kristin was always small and petite, but when she started to appear on 'GCB,' people started to notice she was looking smaller, and some even commented she was looking sick. Anorexia was a word floated on message boards with many fans concerned for the health of the actress.
Then on 30 March 2013, the actress tweeted, “How can one weigh 88 lbs and still have a muffin top?” where she revealed she was on the double digits when her weight is concerned. So, yes, Kristin Chenoweth's weight loss was true, it wasn’t a massive weight loss like Nathan Fillion’s or the weight loss of Sir Anthony Hopkins, but she still trimmed down her already slim body to a point where it borders on scary.
Kristin Chenoweth Weight Loss Diet; The Cheat Food will Make You Laugh
To maintain your body weight or even lose some, diet plays an active role, exercise is definitely necessary, but without proper calorie intake and balanced diet, you are not going to achieve anything. For Kristin, it is the same idea, she exercises (without much heart in it), but diet is something she enjoys a lot.
To start off the day, it is a bowl of oatmeal (no sugar; what are you, a monster?) she prefers it from Starbucks because the performer is always on the move. She also grabs a cup of tea, no coffee for the actress, Kristin feels it is important to drink healthy, and “tea is healing.”
Also, she makes sure to keep a few almond nuts in her bag, taken in bulk almonds are not healthy, but once every few hours is a healthy way to live. Then she enjoys a veggie wrap and maybe sometimes Turkey, but she always stays on the low-calorie side.
When she is not working, Kristin keeps her mouth busy by eating an apple or some grapes. Then to cap off a day, she takes a bowl of salad home, a pretty balanced and healthy way to eat for someone her size, and seems to be affordable too.
But she is not all healthy eating and dieting; the body needs a cheat day every now and then, which is why her go-to cheat commodity is Coca-Cola. She likes an icy coke ever so often (who doesn’t), but she is also careful not to engage in too much or too often.
Is it Healthy for Some to be in Double-Digit Weight?
Being thin is something most of the fat, to a morbidly obese person, would dream of, but being too slim is also not a good thing. Being too thin is also as unhealthy as being morbidly obese, and most body doctors confirm for an adult human being, double-digit weight is not a good thing.
It is almost unanimous; a person 4ft 11in tall should be around 110-125 pounds, and even if you are pushing the limit, 100lbs is the threshold. But the actress, as she said, is 88lbs and the doctors advised to get the number up a little.
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