Queen Latifah Weight Loss
Queen Latifah Celebrity Diet and Workout. What routine keeps this rapper/ actress feeling great? Queen Latifah has never been “skinny” but she maintains an exercise routine to keep healthy. If she needs to lose extra weight for a role, she’s up for the challenge. Find out all her weight loss secrets below.
Queen Latifah Diet
Queen Latifah eats a balanced diet, and is now the spokesperson for Jenny Craig (January 2008)
Queen Latifah Exercise
Works with personal trainer Jeanette Jenkins. Queen Latifah lost 25 in less than 6 weeks with her program.
Queen Latifah Quotes
“When I was doing Living Single. They said, ‘The girls need to lose weight.” I would laugh at it really, and I would refuse to do it anyway. I mean, if I wanted to lose weight, I would lose it for myself. I never lost weight because somebody told me I needed to lose weight. There’s too many people in their dressing rooms and in their offices, people with gorgeous bodies and no freaking self-confidence. They shoot everybody down. They talk about themselves way too much. They are way too self-absorbed, and “Do I look fat?” That’s annoying. When will they get it, finally get it that, that stuff is annoying, that a guy to me prefers a woman with confidence. I don’t care what size you are. I know who looks good and who doesn’t, you know, but if they look good, hey, they look good. And if they don’t have a banging body and their confidence is just so up, they seem much more attractive …… because of the confidence….. I realized a long time ago that something that I definitely did not want to be measured by was my waistline.
It’s the same in relationships. You know what? If there’s a dude sitting around telling you that you’re too fat, leave his ass. We’ve got to change their opinions too, and we keep feeding guys all of this stuff, that everything is about our bodies, and that’s what it’s really about. I’m not saying that, in a couple, in a relationship that you shouldn’t be loving ….. to that individual. I’m not saying let yourself go or don’t be healthy. Be healthy, but don’t be hung up on somebody else’s words, like you shouldn’t live and die by what a guy thinks of you. You know, we’ve got to be the sh*t to ourselves, excuse my language, but we have got to be the bomb to ourselves first.”