Noelia Marzol regenerated dispute on social media with a post he made on his account instagram related to his physical aspect after giving birth alphonsinehis second daughter.
After receiving harsh criticism after showing herself in a bikini days after giving birth, the 36-year-old dancer was questioned again by many users of the aforementioned social network. But this time her she was not silent If not the other way around.
Is that Noelia has uploaded a video to promote the Instagram account of the nutritionist who helps her with her food plan and many women came out to attack her. So she decided to answer one of them with a extended text where he talked about everything.
“Many ask me how I eat, what I train and what I do. I was Alfonsina’s mother two months ago and I have Donatello, who is very young (1 year and 9 months) older than I have to go back to the theater in a month with whom I dance many hours a day,” the actress also began by saying in that recording she made from the park of her home.
And he continued: “And the social life, as a couple, everything takes a lot of energy, so the idea is not to go on a diet where you starve yourself and I have no energy to do anything other than the opposite.”
“The idea is to get the best version of each one so for this they guide you in how you need to feed, feed and train in a personalized way why everyone needs different things… try and then tell me. I’m happy now full”, concluded the figure of Sex, I have lived your experience and the footballer’s wife Ramiro Arias.
Also, in the comments of the said publication, the dancer wrote: “What do I do to be fit after becoming a mom? I turned to the best of the best… It has a team of nutritionists specializing in Sports Nutrition and Obesity. And specialized athletic trainers.
“Through training and nutrition, they have put together a plan so you can reach your goals, in my case, feel more energy, fit and strong for my daily routine, which is a lot! It’s a journey I’m walking with this team that teaches you how to change your body composition and achieve your best version,” he added in another paragraph before saying goodbye.
The truth is that his comments have not been well received on the famous social network. “What is this ‘fit’ thing, Noe? We are all…” “But I don’t have the money to pay like you. What would be the other option for people having a hard time making ends meet?” “Enough of trading! It’s already boring to sell for personal gain and more than they can pay for any treatment,” were some of the messages that were left in said post.
Other users have been harsher and have torn her apart with malicious and hurtful comments, such as a woman who wrote to her: “Do I really work? fuck me I mean everything you got you earned it to be talented but most women can’t make ends meet and don’t think about their bodies…”.
Very angry, the dancer replied: “I feel it you underestimate my life and have no idea how much it cost me and much less than the work I do on a daily basis. The difference is that I certainly practice a profession from which I don’t suffer, since I suffer from it I’m glad I played it for trying to make a living from what I’m passionate about“.
“I guarantee it Being a dance student I have taken more than two subways and without a doubt I work over 14 hours straighteven for years, from Monday to Monday, non-stop,” he added in other lines.
And he continued: “If today I can allow myself the freedom to enjoy my family and unpaid leave for my recent maternitywell deserved I have it”.
“About what you say that ‘most women don’t make ends meet and don’t think about the body’ is confusing. I’m not trying to impose anything. I simply tell those who are interested what means they can use, if they wish, to achieve an end, which doesn’t necessarily have to do with an aesthetic issue,” explained Noelia.
And he closed: “I understand your need to express certain questions but I don’t think it’s the means to rail your discontent. Maybe you should raise it in another area. Neither here nor I.”
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