Eva Longoria began to be depressed after her divorce in 2011 from her three year husband Tony Parker. In the Friday episode of “The Dr. Oz Show,” the 38-year-old actress reveals that she stopped eating and lost much weight after the split, according to E! On the Internet. “I did not eat, I was depressed, I was sad, my diet was coffee,” explains Longoria, adding that ironically, “the moment I received most of the compliments, because I was very skinny.”
“People said, ‘You look amazing,’ she says. “I was like, I do not feel good, and I do not have energy.” I did not know I was depressed. I mean, I knew it was a sad time in my life, but I did not describe myself as depressed. “
I went to the doctor and found that she had iron deficiency and that her body “ran out of all vitamins.” Liver of Longoria was greatly exaggerated and learned that “all these things [that] were physically wrong with my body, so that the vitamins are saturated and back to the right track ….” Although she followed a strict diet without sugar for three months, she ended Longoria stabilized in her system and recovered her weight. Today, she is happier than ever, and is reluctant to converge with her star “Ready for Love”, Ernesto Arguello.
Eva Longoria’s exercise routine revolves around fast circles, so you do not have to spend too much time doing heart exercises. By increasing the heart rate with little heart disease and then performing compound movements, Eva burns fat. Eva Longoria training consists in staying slim and relaxed with circuit training. For years, Eva has worked with personal trainer Patrick Murphy.
Eva Longoria’s training consists of complex movements rather than many heart diseases. Eva Longoria, who used to train before becoming famous, now maintains her size at zero without much cardiovascular exercise. In fact, she hates cardiovascular exercises, but she does enough to make her heart work. Compound movements, done quickly; force the body to burn fat for energy.