Britney Spears Calls Fat-Shaming Heckler a ‘F-cken A–hole’: Her Low-Carb Diet and Yoga Workout

Britney Spears Calls Fat-Shaming Heckler a ‘F-cken A–hole’: Her Low-Carb Diet and Yoga Workout
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Britney Spears refuses to be fat-shamed at her own concert, and shut down a heckler by calling him a “f–cken a–hole.”

During a performance in Las Vegas April 15, Spears is heard saying, “f*cken *sshole,” seemingly in response to a heckler in the audience who had called her a “fat b*tch.”

The exchange was caught on YouTube, but the video has since been deleted.

Ever the pro, Britney, who wore a corseted black and gold costume, continued with her performance of her 2011 single, “Till the World Ends.”

Spears previously said her weight loss and fitness secrets are a low-carb diet, cardio exercise and yoga workouts, Examiner reported.

“Daily exercise is important for me both mentally and physically,” said Spears. “I don’t mind working out. Trainers keep you motivated, but I didn’t have a problem being motivated.”

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Britney Spears’ bikini-body fitness secrets are yoga, cardio exercise and a low-carb diet.

Britney, a mom of two, said her body has changed after two pregnancies, but a low-carb diet coupled with cardio exercise and power yoga workouts keep her toned.

Yoga promotes natural weight loss by reducing stress, building lean muscles and suppressing appetite, Jennifer Aniston’s yoga teacher, said Mandy Ingber. Ingber is the author of the bestseller Yogalosophy.

Britney previously said sticking to a diet is hard because she loves high-calorie, sugary foods. However, Spears generally follows a low carb diet, and these days has become partial to sushi.

Low-carb diets such as the ketogenic, Paleo and Atkins diets fuel rapid weight loss by forcing the body to burn fat for fuel, said obesity expert Dr. Eric Westman, co-author of Keto Clarity.

Related:Jennifer Aniston stuns at 46: Her yoga, low-carb diet and beauty secrets

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