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Adele’s 7st weight loss ‘really changed her life’ friend claims

Adele’s 7st weight loss ‘really changed her life’ friend claims



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Adele is reported to have lost seven stone in recent months. Pictures of the 31-year-old star at Jay-Z and Beyonce’s Oscars 2020 bash saw the singer flaunt a much slimmer frame. The huge weight loss is said to have had a huge positive affect on the singer’s life, according to a friend.

A source told People: “She got to the point where she didn’t feel great. She knew she had to change something, because she wants to be the healthiest mum possible.

‘Her whole focus during the weight loss journey has really been all about how she can be healthier and how can she treat her body better. It was never about losing weight.”

And more recently, another source has told the publication just how hands-on a mother the singer is.

They claimed Adele is “very involved” with her son’s schooling.

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How did Adele lose weight?

Adele has been claimed to have used a number of methods to lose weight, yet she has not spoken out personally about her methods.

Intermittent fasting, green juices and very low calorie plans have all been attributed to her new slender frame.

A source told People magazine Adele ate a diet of 1,000 a day to slim down, and drank one cup of green juice a day. However, so experts have warned about eating such an extreme diet.

Dr Zoe Williams and nutritionist Dale Pinnock appeared on This Morning today to discuss Adele’s weight loss, and Dale warned about restricting calories to 1,000 a day.

What food can you add to your weight loss diet plan to burn more fat? 

Tucking into foods high in protein could give the best results, Elliott Upton, personal trainer at Ultimate Performance and Head of LiveUP Online Coaching, said.

He told Express.co.uk: “Every meal should be built around a quality source of protein.

“It helps to repair, rebuild and maintain muscle tissue, which not only improves body composition – the way your body looks – but also increases metabolic rate.”

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