Mindy Kaling has flaunted her incredible weight loss after recently embarking on a health journey.
The US actress and writer, 43, is currently on holiday in Mumbai, India, where she shared a series of glamorous photos from her travels on Instagram, with fans flooding the comments section in awe over her body transformation.
The Mindy Project star last year opened up about her natural approach to getting in shape after giving birth to her second child, son Spencer, during the Covid pandemic in late 2020.
She said she felt no pressure to look a certain way without any productions lined up.
So without the glare of the media lens, Kaling said she began a gradual lifestyle change that has clearly worked for her, with many of her social media followers pointing out how healthy she looks.
“Listen sis, you’re gonna have to give us a video on how you lost so much weight!,” one user wrote on her photos.
“What’s your secret? You are more beautiful every day,” another said.
“Mindy please share your workout routine,” a third said, while another wrote, “You look so happy. I remember a time that you did not look comfortable in your own skin. Cheers to you in finding your happiness.”
The actress previously opened up about her weight loss, tellingEntertainment Tonight last year she was making small, slow changes with her diet and exercise routine.
“I eat what I like to eat,” the actress told ET in April. “If I do any kind of restrictive diet, it never really works for me. I just eat less of it.
“I wish there was something more juicy or dynamic about the way that I’ve lost a little bit of weight, but that’s the way I’ve done it.
“It was this almost extended maternity leave. I wasn’t going to be on camera, the studios were shut down … I felt really scrutinised during my first pregnancy and I think that it was such a joy to spend the last seven months of my pregnancy under the cover of just nobody was out, nobody was taking photos.”
When it comes to exercise, Kaling said she used to do gruelling workouts that she didn’t enjoy, but had since come to love working out on her own terms through activities like pilates.
“When I was younger, I had a very specific idea of how working out needed to be. It was like 45 minutes on the treadmill, seven-minute mile, it needed to be punishing, I needed to hate it,” she toldPeople in May.
“I’ve really been mixing it up and knowing that if a workout doesn’t necessarily make me soak my clothes with sweat, that it still was a good workout … It does not have to be punishing.”
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