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'The Biggest Loser''s Ali Vincent: Life After the Ranch
Ali Vincent was the first woman to win "The Biggest Loser" and she started a trend that saw the pink team rule the show! Ali won in 2008, and since that time she has taken advantage of the opportunities her success on "The Biggest Loser" has afforded her. She is currently the spokesperson for The Biggest Loser Protein, she is the author of Believe It, Be It, and she is a motivational speaker. But most importantly, she has kept her weight off. ET caught up with Ali at the NBC TCA day at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel and sipped a low calorie chocolate mint protein shake (recipe attached) with the winner to find out how she was keeping her weight off.
ET: What is the biggest change in your life since doing "The Biggest Loser"?
Ali Vincent: I don't know if I can pinpoint the biggest change, but maybe being more conscious and paying more attention. That is the thing that people always ask: Where do I start? You start where you never finish, because it is a lifestyle change. Journaling. I write everything down. It helps me keep accountable of what I am taking in and how much exercise I am doing. When I have a conversation and then I am hungry, I know it is probably the conversation, not the stomach.
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