During the chat, Wilson revealed that she ate less than 1,500 calories daily throughout 2020, worked out "like a beast" six days per week and maintained a high-protein diet.
"Does this mean I eat healthy and clean every day? No, far from it," she said. "But I am prioritizing where I can. If I go out to a restaurant, I'll try the salmon, chicken breast. I don't eat much meat, that's why it was hard. I was mainly eating vegetarian. But now I really have to concentrate on it because my body just responds well to protein."
Despite her impressive weight loss, Wilson said her health journey wasn't "about a number on the scale."
"What I was doing was to improve my overall health and to improve my whole lifestyle to make me a happier, healthier person," she said. "I'm so glad that I did it. The goal was never to be skinny. It was never to fit into a certain dress size. I put a goal weight because I needed some tangible thing... But I am really glad that I did it because I think it was time. I've been overweight for about 20 years."