Adele used to love sweet treats, filling up on her beloved Jammie Dodgers, Tesco Chocolate Indulgence cake and cup after cup of PG Tips with two sugars.
But over the past year the singing superstar has completely changed her lifestyle and diet, and the transformation is incredible.
She shared another photo of her new look on social media to celebrate her 32nd birthday, and fans were blown away.
It shows her wearing a little black mini- dress with a sexy bardot neckline and billowing sleeves, standing inside a floral flower arrangements for her lockdown celebrations.
It’s believed that Adele has lost a staggering seven stone since her divorce from Simon Konecki, turning her back on junk food and reportedly embracing the Sirtfood Diet.
The plan sees slimmers pack their plates with plant-based foods like strawberries, blueberries, apples, citrus fruits, walnuts, parsley, kale, capers, soy, turmeric and dark chocolate.
The foods are known as sirtuin activators, and are said to turn on the fat-burning gene and regulate the appetite in the process.
Green tea and cocoa powder are also on the menu, along with red wine and cheese.
The diet is notoriously gruelling to start, with followers limited to 1,000 calories a day consisting of three green smoothies and one small meal.
Between days four to seven the calorie limit rises to 1,500 calories made up from two green smoothies and two small meals.
And the 14-day maintenance phase allows three Sirtfood-based meals with one green smoothie.
Dishing on Adele’s regime, her former personal trainer Camila Goodis – told the Daily Mail: “She’s working out but I think 90 per cent of it is diet.
“It’s a good diet to shed the weight. The first week is intense, green juices and only 1,000 calories,” she said.
And defending Adele’s new slimline look, the trainer to the stars added: “She doesn’t look too thin – she looks amazing.”
Now in the maintenance stage, Adele’s breakfast options include choc chip granola with pecans and jumbo oats or apple pancakes with blackcurrant compote.
Lunches features turmeric, chicken and kale salad, or baked potato and chickpea stew while the dinners include chargrilled beef with red wine jus and onion rings, garlic kale and herb roasted potatoes.
However, nutritionist have warned that the extreme programme could actually lead to more weight gain in the long term.
Dietitian Emer Delaney told the BBC: “At first glance, this is not a diet I would advise for my clients.
“Having a glass of red wine or a small amount of chocolate occasionally won’t do us any harm – I wouldn’t recommend them on a daily basis. We should also be eating a mixture of different fruits and vegetables and not just those on the list.
“In terms of weight loss and boosting metabolism, people may have experienced a seven pound weight loss on the scales, but in my experience this will be fluid. As soon as people return to their regular eating habits, they will regain the weight.”
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