Peter loses weight at a faster rate than his wife when she is at home and when she goes to work.
Peter says his wife and mother-in-law are “overwhelmed” by the weight loss, and they are concerned about their health and well-being.
But he believes he has been able to lose the weight by getting the right nutrients into his body.
Peter is a personal trainer, a dietitian and author of the book, “The Perfect Body” (Bantam, 2016).
Peter has lost an estimated 25 pounds in the past year and a half.
Peter lost the weight while working at a restaurant in London and a hotel in Edinburgh.
Peter said he did not eat breakfast until 6:30 a.m. and ate lunch at 6:15 a.ms.
Peter says that while he ate lunch, he also took time out to eat and shower before bed.
Peter has not lost any more than 20 pounds over the past five years, but he has experienced weight loss difficulties, such as getting hungry, having difficulty sleeping and being stressed out.
Peter said he has not had a single bout of heart disease.
He said that when he was younger, he had not been able “to be myself and be happy” because he felt like he was not “really good enough” to get ahead.
Peter told Bloomberg TV that he feels that “the health problems that have come up in my life over the last couple of years, they’ve been a bit of a hindrance to my progress.”
He added that “people have asked me if I feel more like myself now, I think I’m very happy with who I am and that’s why I’m happy with the progress I’ve made.”
Peter said that his wife, who works at a bank in London, had been “really supportive” of his weight loss efforts and that he does not regret taking the time to lose some weight.
Peter’s wife has lost her job as a personal assistant and he has lost a few pounds over time.
He said that he has “no intention of losing the weight” and is “very happy” with his progress.