All eyes were on Adele when she hosted her appearance on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend and showed her severely slimmed-down body.
“I know that I’ve really looked very different since you last saw me,” said the singer during her opening monologue, “but actually I had to travel lightly because of all the COVID restrictions and travel bans and was only able to do half of it bring me with you and that’s half that i chose. ”
Last year, the 32-year-old singer received both high praise and reprimands for her recent dramatic weight loss. After some fans posted an almost unrecognizable photo on Instagram in May to celebrate their birthday, they freaked out that it’s unhealthy to lose so much weight.
Adele’s transformation is largely attributed to the Sirtfood Diet, a UK-based program that is reportedly also loved by Pippa Middleton. Often compared to the Mediterranean diet, the plan focuses on the protein sirtuin, which is found in kale, extra virgin olive oil, buckwheat, blueberries, and matcha, but luckily allows dark chocolate and red wine as well. The first phase of the diet offers the patient the potential to shed 7 pounds in seven days, starting with three days at 1,000 calories, followed by four days at 1,500 calories, after which one can eat relatively normally – if so, of course, one with Sirtfood filled dish.
Aidan Goggins, co-author of “The Sirtfood Diet” together with Glen Matten, is enthusiastic about the success of the curvy hit.
“Adele was a member of the private health club KX in London, where Glen and I founded the Sirtfood Diet. And then her tour trainer Pete Geracimo encouraged her to stick to the diet, ”he told the Post via email. But last year, friends of the singer showed him that she is still heavily on the sirtfood diet.
“They described a typical day of ‘green juice in the morning before training’ and meals that were shrimp with buckwheat noodles and chicken with kale. Even their treats were our exact recipe for sirtfood bites [chocolate bites made with cocoa powder, dates, turmeric and walnuts]. It was the epitome of diet. So we found out that not only is she still a fan of it, but we were ashamed of how she followed it to the absolute letter. ”
And now Adele acolytes are trying out their plan to get similar results.
Becky Beach, 38, a mom blogger from Arlington, Texas, has lost around 30 pounds since the plan began in December.
“Her sudden weight loss inspired me – she looks amazing,” said the 6-foot beach, which now weighs around 230 pounds by 260 pounds. After adding her beloved donuts, twinkies, and sugar to her coffee, she added green juice, strawberries, and kale to her diet and swears by the results. “I used to have early sleep apnea and now I breathe better,” said Beach.
Stephanie Alba, 25, felt run down from her pandemic lifestyle. At 5-foot-3, she weighed over 200 pounds and ate mostly high-fat dishes like meatloaf and mashed potatoes while remote working didn’t help. “I felt awful – I was low on energy and I didn’t sleep well at night,” said Miami-based Alba.
While searching the internet for wellness inspiration this summer, she remembered thinking, “Let me find someone with my body type.”
“Adele was someone who was relatable,” said Alba. “When I saw what Adele was doing to lose weight, I wanted to try the diet too.” She bought Goggins’ book three months ago and has since lost 21 pounds. She now mainly eats foods filled with sirtuin, including arugula, kale, parsley, ginger, and turmeric. Her skin has lightened and she is more energetic. “It changed everything,” she said.
Despite the glowing reviews, registered nutritionist Sheri Vettel of the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in NYC, recognizing that the list of foods on the plan has tremendous health benefits, warns that there are downsides to the diet – especially the first 1,000-calories-a-day -Phase.
“Severe calorie restriction can be dangerous for some people, including diabetics, who may have blood sugar fluctuations. This plan is not for everyone, ”she said.
For fans like Alba, an Adele-like transformation is about more than just calories.
“Adele would walk on these red carpets with all the pressure, but I don’t think it took her off. She did it for the right reasons, to be healthy for herself, and that inspired me, ”she said. “She didn’t lose weight to be attractive to others – she did it for herself. I wanted to do that. ”
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