With a moniker as powerful as "Megastar," Sharon Cuneta has definitely been a source of inspiration for generations of Filipinos. Her voice is a treat to listen to and we're in awe every time she embodies a character on screen. As of late, the all-around entertainer can now add "fitspiration" to her extensive list of titles, after she shared the results of her five-year weight-loss journey with Aivee Clinic.
How Sharon Cuneta trimmed her figure in just five years
"Sharon started her journey with us five years ago. When we met, she [wore] a size XXL," Dr. Z Teo, CEO of Aivee Group, shares with Preview. Through the years, the clinic helped the 55-year-old singer go through a series of nutritionist-supervised weight-loss programs, which included calorie-counted meals from Dr. Food Diet Program.
Dr. Z Teo also details that, alongside this new diet, "[Sharon] was also very consistent with the latest body contouring lasers, [such as] Aivee Emsculpt, Trusculpt, and Cryo Freezing Lasers." As the TV personality started to trim her figure, some of her skin started to sag and became loose. This called for some specialized treatments that would tighten and lift it again.
"The journey was not all smooth sailing, and there were a lot of ups and downs, [which called for] the team's encouragement [to help her] keep going," the celebrity doctor states, "our mantra has always been: building confidence, changing lives." Along with his wife and business partner (and the namesake of their company), Dr. Aivee, the two share that the Megastar's journey has always been about attaining a healthier state of life for Sharon—a "Sharon full of confidence," they say. Five years later, four shirt sizes down and a beaming Sharon Cuneta in sight, it's safe to say they achieved just that.
We'll get to see the veteran actress' newly-toned physique in action when she guest stars on the eponymous "FPJ's Ang Probinsyano" soon. She'll be joining the teleserye's iconic ensemble cast, which consists of Coco Martin, Julia Montes, Susan Roces, and Angel Aquino, among many others.