Stay Connected

The easy way to lose weight
Adele uses Sirtfood Diet for 100-pound weight loss: Here’s the top five ‘skinny gene’ foods

Adele uses Sirtfood Diet for 100-pound weight loss: Here’s the top five ‘skinny gene’ foods

  • November 08, 2020
  • by



For original article click here

Adele uses Sirtfood Diet for 100-pound weight loss.

Adele uses Sirtfood Diet for 100-pound weight loss.Adele uses Sirtfood Diet for 100-pound weight loss. Pic credit: ©ImageCollect.com/AdMedia

Adele has shocked fans with her continuing weight loss success. And while some of the singer’s followers think that she’s gotten too thin, others just have one question: How did Adele lose what’s now reported to be 100 pounds?

Several reports are linking the Sirtfood Diet to the success Adele has experienced in slimming down. Should you try it? Get the skinny below.

Adele almost unrecognizable after using Sirtfood Weight Loss Diet to shed 100 pounds

In recent years, celebrities on diets tend to credit either the ketogenic weight loss plan (a high-fat, moderate protein, low-carb diet) or the intermittent fasting plan (just like it sounds, the dieter goes through periods of abstaining from food).

Sign up for our newsletter!

And then there are the quick-start, short-term diets that some stars follow prior to big events, such as Jennifer Lopez and Shakira dieting before the Super Bowl halftime show.

But the Sirtfood Diet is different than the keto or intermittent fasting celebrity diets in the foods it allows. And rather than a short-term diet intended to follow just prior to an event, such as Jennifer Aniston used prior to her reunion with Brad Pitt, the Sirtfood Diet can be followed as Adele has done over a period of time.

Monsters and Critics logo

Monsters and Critics logo

Join these forum discussions!

As for whether it works, Adele has now lost what the Sun reported to be seven stones (98 pounds). The result had the 31-year-old songstress turning heads when she attended Jay-Z and Beyonce’s Oscars 2020 after-party, with some not even recognizing her at first.

The estimated weight loss figure comes from a fan, who said that Adele told them “she lost something like 100 pounds and that it’s such a crazy positive experience.”

Adele stuns Instagram with her constantly slimmer images after Sirtfood weight loss diet

As for how Adele looks after her weight loss, some fans on Instagram said they preferred her appearance prior to shedding 100 pounds.

View this post on Instagram

We both tried to ruin Christmas but then both our hearts grew! Thank you for coming to my party and making us feel like kids Grinch Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays everyone x

A post shared by Adele (@adele) on Dec 23, 2019 at 11:32am PST

“Yes she is pretty…..but for me she was prettier before,” argued one Instagram commentator. “Now she looks like any other celebrity….too bad.”

Inside the Sirtfood Diet food plan Adele used for 100-pound weight loss

The Sirtfood Diet features plant-based foods, such as kale. Other foods allowed range from buckwheat to dark chocolate. Even red wine is allowed.

The weight loss plan focuses on sirtuin activators, which reportedly curb hunger and jump-start the so-called “skinny gene.”

And while Adele does reportedly exercise, Pilates teacher Camila Goodis, who has helped the songstress work out, said that she feels Adele lost weight “90 percent [because of] dieting.”

The Sirtfood Diet website explains that the name is derived from a type of protein (sirtuins) that controls everything from the metabolism to longevity. Sirtfoods, which are high in antioxidants, help to “burn more calories and rev up your metabolism,” according to the site.

The top five foods on the weight loss diet that Adele follows are:

  • dark chocolate, a heart-healthy treat
  • green tea, which some research indicates can help with weight loss
  • blueberries, low in calories and carbs
  • capers, which contain just 23 calories in 100 grams
  • turmeric, which spice up foods while enhancing brain function

Other Sirtfoods allowed on the diet include onions, tofu, olive oil, passion fruit, strawberries, celery, and walnuts.

Joanne Eglash

Joanne Eglash

Latest posts by Joanne Eglash (see all)

For original article click here

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Stay Connected

×