FBI star Zeeko Zaki has lost 100 pounds. The CBS star shared her best advice for anyone looking to change their lifestyle
FBI Star Zeeko Zaki has detailed her extraordinary 100-pound weight loss, revealing her top tip for anyone looking to change their lifestyle.
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The actor recommended a slow and steady transformation, losing weight over eight years. “The craziest thing was just being a different person every year. You get about 10 pounds a year, I wanted to do it slowly,” he explained.
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“But my biggest piece of advice and the thing that I walked away from was a little thing that I learned from The 4 hour body of Timothy Ferriss,” he added.
“30 grams of protein within 30 minutes of waking up. So give it a try.”
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Zeeko trains up to six times a week, trying to do a 30-minute activity every morning before work.
The Egyptian-born star also told Entertainment Tonight that he still feels like “that old kid” but that “the fact that we were able to reveal who this guy is with you here was pretty exciting.”
Zeeko appeared on the show for five years
The season four finale of FBI has yet to air after the CBS network pulled the episode after a deadly shooting at an elementary school in Texas.
CBS made the decision not to air the episode – which was to have centered on a school shooting – in light of the tragedy at a Texas elementary school on Tuesday, May 24, which is the most murderer since Sandy Hook.
There’s no news as to when or if the episode will ever hit screens.
The replay’s official synopsis reads: “Maggie works undercover at a bar to investigate an anti-government group that regularly gathers there, with several members believed to have been involved in a series of bombings. The case opens up old wounds for him when a single father on the outskirts of the group begins to fear that he will become collateral damage.”