Charlize Theron: “I was constantly f–king eating. And I love carbs”

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On gaining weight for her movie ‘Tully’:

Yeah. I filmed Monster when I was 27, and I just stopped snacking for three weeks and was back to my normal weight. This time it really hit me hard. I was constantly f–king eating. And I love carbs. But I sort of plateaued on carbs. So I started eating and drinking a lot of sugar. It really messed with my head. I had depression for the first time in my life shooting this film. I felt like I was in a dark cloud. Getting back to normal took a long time.

… says Charlize in Elle.

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9 thoughts on “Charlize Theron: “I was constantly f–king eating. And I love carbs””

  1. This lady’s got the Dutch light blue eyes & light blond hair pattern all right. My dad was Dutch
    and his coloration was the same. Zimbio featured Charly as one of the women with the most
    strikingly beautiful eyes in the world. They are the windows of the human soul all right. Fitting
    she was born in the middle month of Summer, she’ll always be HOT !

    • She was born in South Africa, that’s in the Southern Hemisphere. So it was winter at the time. And her hair is bleached blonde.

  2. I think she didn’t just get back to normal. She became smaller than she ever was, and it doesn’t really suit her. But I think Charlize is beautiful and I totally get the carb addiction. I believe carbs have their place in a healthy diet but I also remember eating crazy amounts of bread and pasta, stopping, and then all it took was 2 days of “bad behaviour” for the cravings to come back.

  3. I don’t know if it’d the magazine’s own decision/editing style or something went wrong during uploading but the contrast and tone of these pictures are way off.

    As for the quote, I can definitely understand the sugar related depression. I have a massive sweet tooth and my mood always flactuates according to my sugar intake.

  4. Sometimes you and your body never recover from this type of weight gain. Many times once things stretch out, they never come back fully.

  5. I commend her effort. Losing weight is hard as your metabolism slows down. I’m 15 years younger and already feeling the effects. I think she looks absolutely stunning now. Not too thin. And as long as she is comfortable, that’s all that matters.

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