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'RHOC': This Is The Diet That Emily Simpson's Trainer Put Her On

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By Allie Elaine

In Season 14 of the 'RHOC', viewers watched as Emily Simpson struggled with her weight and body image. However, thanks to her personal trainer, Paulina Stein, Simpson is looking and feeling better than ever. While sitting down with 'HollywoodLife', Stein gave an inside look into the diet and training that she has put Simpson on. "I did have her on like 1400 to 1600 calories a day diet based off her height, her weight, etc., but you know, it’s going to be different during quarantine because she’s not burning as much," Stein explained.

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Stein also emphasized that, "She’s snacking, which is totally normal. Everybody else is too. Everybody’s body is completely different. What works for Emily might not work for you."

She also mentioned that she is regularly checking in on Simpson despite the current coronavirus quarantine to ensure that she is staying on track. "There’s going to be times where she slips up," Stein admitted. "It’s a normal part of life, but it’s just learning to get back on track. If you know you’re going to be eating a lot, let’s hold the drinking down a little bit."

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"So it’s just counterbalancing it. She’ll get back on track and she knows she’s good at the consistency aspect of it, but it’s just picking and choosing a little bit of this, a little bit of that," she continued. "And she’ll be totally fine. But it’s totally normal with her production, with what she does, she’s going to have slip ups and she’ll get right back on track after."

Stein also explained that while diet in undeniably important, so is exercise.

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Due to the quarantine, Stein said that she has been doing virtual workouts with Simpson in order to keep her weight loss consistent.

"If you’re sitting on your couch during the quarantine, and you’re not working or doing other things, it’s hard to motivate yourself to get up and get moving,” Stein said. "So I feel like just having that encouragement, 'Come on Emily, we can do this. Let’s get online.' Texting her at six in the morning saying, 'Hey, do you want to do a live workout today?’ And her telling me no and me telling her, you don’t have a choice, it the best option for her."

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Stein also provided some tips for those who are also stressing about gaining weight during the coronavirus quarantine, saying, "I think the biggest thing is taking a piece of paper in the morning, putting it on your kitchen counter or on your table, somewhere where you see it and write down your goals for the day, whether that be walk for 30 minutes, walk to the end of the street and back...Choose healthier alternatives and stop baking. I feel like a lot of the time during quarantine, people are like, 'Oh, you know, I’m going to bake because I’m bored.' That’s one of the things you wouldn’t do if you weren’t in quarantine. So it’s just trying to live as normal life as possible in the not so normal circumstances."

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