Nigella Lawson weight loss: Diet plan TV chef used to shrink 2 dress sizes and lose 2st

Nigella Lawson is a UK television icon. Many homes have her recipe books in their cupboards. She is known for her penchant for indulgent foods.


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Despite this, Nigella has achieved considerable weight loss of two dress sizes in the past few years.

Weight loss in your 50s is no mean feat, as metabolisms slow down.

So how did Nigella achieve it? The chef has opened up numerous times about her methods to lose two stone.

Nigella suggested treating yourself while also focusing on eating healthier food.

She has said: “I wouldn’t want a life where I lived on chia seed pudding, just as I wouldn’t want to live where I lived on eggs Benedict or steak and chips.”

Moderation is on the cards for Nigella, who is not keen the concept of dieting.

She told Woman’s Hour she is not keen on dieting because it makes it appear “any other form of eating is dirty or shameful”.

No diet plan is complete without accompanying exercise.

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Nigella’s favourite is yoga.

She told GoodHousing Keeping in an interview: “I do yoga three times a week. I have to do something I enjoy, otherwise I wouldn’t do it.”

She suggested the exercise is more appropriate for her age.

Nigella said: “The older I get the more I realise I have got to do lots of stretching. So even if I’m not doing yoga, I make myself do lots of stretching.


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“As you get on in life, you value feeling well as opposed to looking well. Yoga certainly makes you feel great, and you want to carry on feeling great.

“I just do a bit in a very slow way – sometimes lying down.”

Another weight loss diet plan has been linked to less belly fat. 

A study found vegetarianism was linked to a lower BMI.

Not only that, but the less meat a person ate the lower their body mass index (BMI) was likely to be.

What is more, the sort of animal product eaten is linked to higher BMI.

For example eating meat is linked more often to higher BMI than eating eggs, cheese and dairy.

The study found: “A person with a 1.2 point lower BMI on average either completely avoids certain animal products, such as the primary ones, and is on a vegetarian diet. Or she continues to eat meat and fish, but less often.”

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