Sister Wives star Janelle Brown has turned to veggie pasta in her continuing weight loss battle.
On Friday, the reality TV wife, 48, posted a photo on her Instagram account showing a pan full of stir fry with the caption, "Zucchini noodles with Thai influence. Pretty much a made up recipe. Too bad, it's good and I don't know how to duplicate it LOL."
Then on Saturday morning, Janelle shared with fans an Instagram picture of a huge table covered with food storage containers, noting, "must have the spring cleaning bug so I started organizing my storage container cupboard. Seriously how can I be missing so many pieces? Where do they go? It's only been 6 months. They are worse than socks I think!"
Janelle has been "married" to fellow Sister Wives star Kody Brown for 24 years — although only his first marriage, to Meri, was legal, and also his fourth marriage, to Robyn. Kody divorced Meri in 2014 to wed Robyn legally. The family also includes a third "wife," Christine.
Janelle has continued with the Kody clan's bizarre living arrangements for years and has always been the largest-looking sister wife.
As Radar readers know, Janelle has been has been trying to lose weight for a long time.
In recent photos, Janelle sports a skinnier face, as In Touch Weekly reported. Pictures from different points of last year showed Janelle working out with weights and smiling.
She has told fans she's exercising and eating healthy on her weight loss blog, Strive with Janelle.
Just days ago, Janelle revealed how she'd had a wild week that included celebrating Kody and Meri's birthdays and her own anniversary with him.
A social media photo revealed Kody with a cake, which must have seemed particularly tempting to constantly dieting Janelle.
Previously, Janelle said in a TLC video, "I've been making some big changes in my life — trying to get myself healthier and my kids healthier — and part of that is what I've been fixing for dinner and that I've been fixing dinner."
Janelle revealed she was avoiding processed foods, pastries, and pasta.
But as her new post shows, she's finding zucchini noodles are a great substitute for regular, high-carb pasta—and food containers can be arranged for portion control!
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