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  • Adele’s slimmer look hasn’t gone unnoticed by her legions of fans worldwide – and she’s currently looking in her best shape ever.

    While on holiday with Harry Styles and James Corden in the Caribbean recently, People magazine reports that Adele revealed she has lost “something like 100 pounds”, which equates to around seven stone. A passerby told People, “she seemed so happy, and she looked amazing. She seemed really confident.”

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    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

    After announcing her split from her husband of three years, Simon Konecki, back in April 2019, many fans might have expected the 31-year-old to spend her time working on releasing one of her signature emotional ballads.

    MORE: Adele uses the Sirtfood Diet: drink red wine, eat chocolate and still lose weight!

    But instead, the singer emerged looking more svelte than ever, admitting she had adopted a brand new eating routine in order to boost her health and ensure her voice stays in optimum condition. As well as ditching ten daily cups of tea (with two spoonfuls of sugar in each!), the singer cut out caffeine, alcohol, cigarettes, and all “spicy, citrusy, and tangy” foods.

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    I used to cry but now I sweat 😂 #gingermckenna Happy birthday to one of the kindest and funniest people I’ve met @champagnepapi 🌹

    A post shared by Adele (@adele) on Oct 24, 2019 at 12:58pm PDT

    “It’s f***ing boring, but I don’t think you take your voice seriously until you’ve an accident,” she told Australia’s 60 Minutes, referring to her 2011 vocal hemorrhage. “I’m frightened all the time I’m going to damage my voice.”

    Speaking to Vogue in 2016, Adele admitted that after she started making lifestyle changes, it was soon easy to see the benefits. “I was trying to get some stamina for my tour, so I lost a bit of weight,” she explained. “Now I fit into normal, off-the-shelf clothes, which is a really big problem for me!”

    Her new look hasn’t gone unnoticed by other celebrities. When Body Coach Joe Wicks was quizzed on ITV’s This Morning about whether or not he has trained Adele, he said, “I can’t confirm that, I’ve never met Adele but I love her to death. If I could come out of retirement and train one person it would be Adele. She looks incredible, whether she’s done pilates or some of the Body Coach workouts.”

    So what other steps has the star taken to achieved her transformation? We investigate…

    Adele weight loss tips

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    A report from the Daily Mail claimed that Adele’s been following the Sirtfood Diet plan, which focuses on foods that are high in ‘sirtuin activators’ – a quality which is said to suppress appetite and help to regulate the way in which our bodies process fat and sugar.

    In line with the diet, which was recommended by the personal trainer who devised her fitness plan, Pete Geracimo, she’ll have been feasting on foods like kale, buckwheat, cocoa powder and turmeric, and drinking plenty of green tea. However, fortunately for both Adele and those trying to emulate her results, the Sirtfood Diet also includes cheese and red wine… Sounds good to us!

    Reformer Pilates

    Credit: Getty

    According to the Sun, the Hello singer has taken up reformer pilates to get strengthen her body, which has resulted in her most recent weight loss. To encourage her pilates sessions, the musician also goes along to classes with close friend Ayda Field, X Factor judge and wife of singer Robbie Williams.

    Reformer pilates involves doing pilates moves on special machines and is said to improve posture, flexibility and balance, as well as being great for weight loss.

    Gym sessions

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    You’ll have just read the mention of a PT above, and while Adele has clearly been working hard, you’ll be pleased to hear that, just like us, sometimes her attitude is less than enthusiastic.

    Describing her gym sessions, the star previously told Rolling Stone magazine, “I mainly moan. I’m not, like, skipping to the f****** gym. I don’t enjoy it. I do like doing weights. I don’t like looking in the mirror.”

    She’s even taken to her Instagram account to share a behind the scenes snap of her pumping iron with her 31.8 million followers.

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    Toronto, ON / Oct 4

    A post shared by Adele (@adele) on Oct 6, 2016 at 2:58pm PDT

    The North London singer previously explained how heavy lifting can be damaging to her complexion. “Blood vessels burst on my face really easily, so I’m so conscious when I’m lifting weights not to let them burst in my face. And if I don’t tour, you’ll catch me back down at the Chinese.”

    A girl after our own hearts!

    Focusing on health and happiness

    Credit: Getty

    Despite Adele’s new health kick, we love that her life mantra has always been about happiness first and looks second.

    She’s renowned for speaking her mind and has previously been touted as a body positive role model, commenting, “I think no matter what you look like, the key is to first of all be happy with yourself. And then you know if you want to try to improve things that you don’t like about yourself, then do it after you appreciate yourself.”

    We couldn’t agree more!

    She’s lost more than 40 lbs., but how did Adele do it?

    Her former trainer Camila Goodis is weighing in on the singer’s slimmed-down figure!

    “Extra’s” Billy Bush caught up with Goodis via FaceTime, who said, “I do believe she changed her lifestyle… she really changed her diet. There is no miracle exercise that can make you look like you lost a lot of weight.”

    Reports claim Adele is on the Sirtfood Diet, which focuses on foods that increase certain proteins in the body that regulate the metabolism, inflammation, and more. Billy also heard you can still have red wine, coffee, and chocolate on the diet.

    Camila said, “Absolutely… You are allowed to do that in moderation.”

    She added, “Cutting calories, you are going to shed the weight… the change has to come from you and I do believe the change was her. changed her diet completely and looks fabulous.”

    The trainer insisted, “Once you cut the refined sugar, you cut processed food, you cut sodas, you eat a healthy balanced diet — which means lean proteins, vegetables, fruits — your life will definitely change.”

    She also believes Adele has taken up Pilates, and she recommends a combo of cardio and Pilates to her current clients.

    “They get the heartrate up, which is going to burn more calories, and that lean muscle, which is Pilates.”

    Adele’s got a new look (Picture: Steve Granitz/WireImage)

    Pop superstar Adele’s weight loss continues to dominate headlines after the star first revealed her new look last year.

    Her weight loss first hit the news in October 2019, when the singer shared a picture on social media with the caption: ‘I used to cry but now I sweat.’

    The singer was also seen living it up on Halloween (Picture: Jedidiah Jenkins/Instagram)

    On a beach in Anguilla – where she’s been enjoying some time with Harry Styles and James Corden – she recently ‘told fans she lost 100 pounds.’

    If you want to know the alleged secrets to Adele’s weight loss, read on…

    How did Adele lose weight?

    It was reported last year that Adele had become ‘incredibly dedicated’ to her new personal training routine and it had given her a new lease on life.

    ‘After Adele started working out, she never looked back,’ a source told PEOPLE.

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    ‘She was instantly a changed person with a different mindset.’

    Adele was looking slimmer as she stepped out in Hyde Park this summer (Picture: Getty Images)

    It was thought that the Someone Like You singer was getting into shape using Joe Wicks’ Body Coach, but it looks like Robbie Williams’ wife Ayda Field is at least partly responsible.

    What has Ayda Field’s personal trainer said about working with Adele?

    After reportedly introducing her to Reformer Pilates, Adele is said to have worked out with the former X Factor judge and her personal trainer.

    Ayda Fields’ trainer, Camila Goodis, said that the singer’s weight loss is mostly down to what she’s eating and not her exercise regimen – especially as she claims the singer isn’t a fan of exercise.

    Ayda and Adele are reportedly workout pals (Picture: Getty)

    Speaking to The Sun, Camila said: ‘I trained Ayda for a long time and it happens that they are good friends so I did Adele when she was there in Robbie’s house.

    ‘I don’t believe she liked exercise much but she has changed her lifestyle and I believe that 90 per cent was dieting.’

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    In case you haven’t heard, British singer Adele has reportedly lost about 20 pounds, according to Us Weekly. While she looks great at any size, she debuted a noticeably slimmer figure at Drake’s birthday party on October 23.

    At the party, Adele stunned in a long, black off-the-shoulder gown paired with black heels and a sleek, high ponytail. She shared a photo of her look on Instagram, and the star is literally glowing. She posed in her signature cat-eye makeup and pursed her lips. “I used to cry but now I sweat 😂,” Adele wrote in the caption.

    The singer’s weight loss comes a few months after her split from ex-husband Simon Konecki in April. The two were married for two years and share a 7-year-old son, Angelo Adkins, together.

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    I used to cry but now I sweat 😂 #gingermckenna Happy birthday to one of the kindest and funniest people I’ve met @champagnepapi 🌹

    A post shared by Adele (@adele) on Oct 24, 2019 at 12:58pm PDT

    Adele also recently showed off her amazing figure in a skin-tight Captain Hook costume at Lebron James’s annual Halloween party. Dressed in the red leopard jumpsuit, she wore a long, curly wig with dramatic eye makeup and a large hat. Yep, she basically won Halloween.

    While Adele hasn’t spoken publicly about her weight loss, the star allegedly began losing weight this summer. In July, Us Weekly reported that she lost 14 pounds after her split from Konecki. Here’s everything we know about Adele’s weight loss.

    She intensified her workouts.

    According to a source who spoke to Us Weekly, Adele has started exercising three times a week. “Adele never cared about or liked working out,” the source said. But it has become a part of her weekly routine. “She does 60-minute sessions that include cardio, circuit training, and Pilates … She’s found a routine that’s working for her and is enjoying it more.”

    In an interview with Vogue in 2016, Adele said that she was working out to stay in shape for her performances, which resulted in weight loss. “I was trying to get some stamina for my tour, so I lost a bit of weight. Now I fit into normal, off-the-shelf clothes—which is a really big problem for me!” she shared.

    She focuses on being healthy and happy.

    While some may speculate that Adele’s recent weight loss is due to her breakup, Us Weekly says it’s more to do with being the best mom she can be. “She really wants to be healthy and set a good example for her son,” the source said to Us Weekly. “She’s more focused on feeling good and the health benefits than the weight loss.”

    As the star celebrated her 31st birthday in May, she’s owning who she is after a rough year. “I’ve changed drastically in the last couple years and I’m still changing and that’s okay. 31 is going to be a big ol’ year and I’m going to spend it all on myself,” she wrote in an Instagram post on her birthday.

    “For the first time in a decade I’m ready to feel the world around me and look up for once. Be kind to yourself, people we’re only human, go slow, put your phone down and laugh out loud at every opportunity,” she continued. “Learning to REALLY truly love yourself is it, and I’ve only just realized that that is more than enough.”

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    Adele has undergone quite the transformation over the years, having gone from BRIT School student to global superstar, and her look has changed along the way too.

    Our gallery charts the singer’s weight loss story in pictures – and you might be surprised by just how different she looks these days!


    As our first pictures show, Adele made herself known on the music scene in 2008 and seemed comfortable in her own skin.

    The London-born star dressed her curves in casual clothing and was snapped smoking following an appearance on GMTV in January 2008.

    By 2009 Adele started to channel a more glamorous image following the success of debut album 19. She made the most of her assets and often cinched in her slim waist in chic black dresses.

    The award-winning star appeared shapelier than ever in March 2011 when she was photographed looking slightly dishevelled near her home in London. It came shortly after the release of second record 21, which went on to become the biggest-selling album of the 21st century.


    Despite having an incredible year, Adele suffered a potential setback and has to have surgery on her vocal cords due to a polyp. She emerged looking very different whilst in recovery in December 2011, having clearly lost quite a bit of weight.

    Fortunately she appeared to be on the mend and was back to her usual self at the Brit Awards in 2012, where her voice sounded as good as she looked!

    Read More: See Sam Smith’s AMAZING weight loss story

    Adele welcomed her first child, a son called Angelo, with partner Simon Konecki in late 2012 so we didn’t see much of the singer whilst she’s busy being a mum.

    By February 2013 she was back in the public eye and glowing just months after giving birth when she attended the Grammy Awards.

    Finally in 2015 the much-loved star made her musical comeback after several years away and sported an enviable figure whilst doing promotional work for third album 25 in London.

    During this time she excitingly said she was preparing for a possible tour (scream!) by cutting back on sugar and carbs, although not completely – ‘I’d never deprive myself like that!’ she said.

    She also talked about how she’s been hitting the gym, ‘to get in shape for myself, but not to be a size zero or anything like that.’ Atta girl!

    And refreshingly, she admitted she finds working out just as difficult as we do.

    ‘I’m not, like, skipping to the f***ing gym,’ she laughs. ‘I don’t enjoy it. I do like doing weights. I don’t like looking in the mirror.’

    Later in 2016 it was revealed Adele was following The Sirtfood diet which is a fitness plan by her trainer Pete Geracimo.

    The diet encourages slimmers to eat plant foods, such as kale, which activate the body’s ‘skinny gene’ which controls how the body handles fat. The diet has been so successful with some people, it’s seen folks lose up to seven pounds in seven days! Impressive right.

    Following her world tour ending in late 2016 Adele continued to look amazing. Admitting she was keen to take some time to focus on her family, maybe have another kid and eventually confessing to secretly getting married, the star looked stunning as she dominated the 2017 Grammy Awards, scooping five gongs.

    And 2017 was another big year for the star as she continued to tour around the world, but was struck by illness again in June and was forced to cancel her final two shows.

    In a handwritten note in her tour booklet, Adele also broke fans’ hearts when she hinted that she might never tour around the world again, saying being away from home just ‘doesn’t suit her’. NO!

    And since then, Adele has been focusing on spending some time with her family and friends and even ordained best pal, Alan Carr‘s wedding to long-term partner Paul Drayton in January 2018.

    Posting a snap of herself looking AMAZING in a white dress and cape on Instagram, she wrote: ‘Seeing as the cats out the bag. I married two of my best friends in January. You know me any excuse to dress up… chattyman #LoveisLove.’ Incred!

    Check out her story below…

    From the moment Adele first broke out onto the scene in 2008 with her debut album, 19, it was clear she was something different. And for the next decade plus, the British singer-songwriter (full name: Adele Laurie Blue Adkins) continued to show just how special she was in everything from her amazing voice to her famous potty mouth to her impressive weight loss and glamorous makeover.

    As of her 31st birthday (which will happen on May 5, 2019), the “Rolling in the Deep” singer was already the winner of a whopping 15 Grammy Awards and 18 Billboard Music Awards as well as an Oscar and a Golden Globe. Along the way to her total domination of the music world, the soulful songstress has undergone major life changes — including the birth of her son, Angelo, in 2012, her marriage to Angelo’s dad, Simon Konecki, in 2016, and their eventual separation in 2019 — and shown off her changing style to fans across the globe.

    The extremely private chart-topper has been body-positive since the start of her career. “I have never been insecure, ever, about how I look, about what I want to do with myself,” she told the Daily Mail in 2009. “My mum told me to only ever do things for myself, not for others.” And she attributed some of the early support she got to her relatable weight. “Fans are encouraged that I’m not a size 0 — that you don’t have to look a certain way to do well,” she told Vogue that same year.

    She did, however, end up slimming down in 2012 before her son was born that October, though she never lost her curves. And in 2016, long after the outspoken star had become multi-platinum, she starred in another Vogue cover. Of her smaller size, the star, who came from a rough working class London neighborhood, told the magazine, “I was trying to get some stamina for my tour, so I lost a bit of weight.” She joked that her slim down was responsible her new shopping habit: “Now I fit into normal, off-the-shelf clothes — which is a really big problem for me!”

    No matter how you look at it, Adele’s journey and transformation through the years has been incredible. Scroll through to see some of the star’s best photos through the years.

    Adele’s beach vacation photos have gone viral, but some say complimenting her smaller body is fat-phobic

    Adele at the 2017 Grammys. Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP

    • British singer-songwriter Adele attracted attention for her body once again when photos emerged of her looking slim on a beach vacation.
    • The star was first recognized for significant weight loss in October, when she posted pictures of herself at Drake’s birthday party. She was lauded by fans and fellow celebrities again after sharing photos from a Christmas party.
    • But the compliments have prompted an online discussion over the potential harms of celebrating weight loss, how to discuss weight in a healthy way, and whether it’s appropriate to comment at all.
    • An expert told Insider context is key when determining what’s appropriate to say about someone’s weight loss.
    • Visit Insider’s homepage for more.

    British music maven Adele is yet again attracting attention for her body after photos emerged of the star looking slim on a beach vacation with her friends Harry Styles and James Corden.

    The buzz comes on the heels of photos she posted on Instagram on Christmas Eve, which also revealed her smaller body. That post followed another set of eye-catching images she shared in October after attending Drake’s birthday party.

    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 PSTDec 23, 2019 at 11:32am PST

    The star has apparently been on a weight-loss journey since her divorce in September, and credits a special diet and a lot of pilates for her results.

    Fans and fellow celebrities have celebrated Adele’s apparent weight loss, with some commenting on her Christmas Eve post that the singer looks “gorgeous” and others going as far as to say she looks “unrecognizable.”

    Her most recent beach photos have earned even more dubious praise, with some fans opining that she looks “too skinny.” The Daily Mail has even taken to referring to her now as “skinny Adele,” drawing the ire of body-positivity advocates.

    The comments have prompted online controversies over the potential harms of celebrating someone’s weight loss, how to discuss weight in a healthy way, and whether it’s appropriate to comment at all. An expert told Insider the answer to all of the questions raised depends on context.

    Some people believe complimenting someone’s weight-loss sends a dangerous message

    In response to the Christmas Eve praise around Adele’s body, Toronto-based writer Audra Williams pointed out in a viral Twitter post that weight loss can be a sign of serious physical or mental health issues, and complimenting it out of context it could send a dangerous message that how you look is more important than whether you are healthy.

    —Audra Williams (@audrawilliams) December 24, 2019

    Other writers and advocates were quick to back her point.

    —Dr. Nadine Thornhill Ed.D (she/her) (@NadineThornhill) December 24, 2019

    Plenty of Twitter users also took issue with the implication that people’s weight is a measure of their value as a person.

    —POPDUST (@Popdust) December 26, 2019

    It’s true that appearance is a poor indication of health

    Research does indeed show that while weight can be a component of health, factors like blood pressure, insulin resistance, and cholesterol levels are more important.

    Fat-shaming has also been shown to raise health risks, rather than motivate people to lose weight. And people with poorer body image face a higher risk of heart disease and diabetes, research shows, regardless of their body mass index, or height-to-weight ratio.

    Pursuing weight loss no matter the health costs can also increase the risk of dangerous eating disorders and worsen health.

    Behaviors matter more to health than weight. Crystal Cox/Business Insider

    Since weight loss is complex, discussions about it should be, too, according to Kelly Coffey, a certified personal trainer and health coach. “To make a blanket statement that commenting on someone’s weight is horrible is shortsighted,” she told Insider.

    Coffey said that for people who have made an effort to lose weight or become fit, compliments can be an important source of validation and support, particularly when they come from people they care about.

    “It can be incredibly validating and invigorating to have someone that you love notice and celebrate it if you’ve been trying to lose weight,” she said.

    But where comments can be problematic is if you know someone has a history of disordered eating or health problems, mental or physical, related to food, Coffey added.

    If you aren’t sure about whether your compliment will be well-received or not, Coffey said the best approach is to ask the person directly what they’re proud of, and how they’d like to be supported.

    “Ask them what they doing, how they’re feeling, and then celebrate whatever thing they express pride in,” she said. “Let them tell you what they want you to be excited about for them.”

    That might include weight loss, but it could also involve things like feeling more energetic or being stronger.

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    Thank you Adele: The perks of being a fat woman

    I know I don’t make anyone else look at their thighs and wish they were thinner. The tops of my arms may look like uncooked dough, but I’m not bothered. I’m not perfect; I’m not even close but I’m fine with that.

    I am not saying for one second that there is some moral judgement attached to being fatter, or thinner, it just seems to me that if you are a women blessed with being beautiful and thin you have to work a bit harder. We love celebrities like Cara Delevingne and Anne Kendrick, not because of their beauty, but because they seem to be happy to muck around and make fun of themselves. You know almost as if they have to prove that they’re nice people.

    Cara is likeable as she mucks about Photo: REX

    Think of the bigger dancers on Strictly: contestants like Russell Grant, Lisa Riley and even Anne Widdecombe. As a nation we root for them because we identify with them much more than some gym-honed actress who did dancing at stage school. Similarly we love Dawn French and James Corden because they look like they’re up for a laugh and not someone who’d order a green juice at the bar.

    Lisa Riley and Robin Windsor on Strictly Come Dancing Photo: BBC

    Adele’s right, lots of people seem perfect and untouchable, and that doesn’t just apply to celebrities anymore. We’ve seen this week with Instragram star Essena ONeill how the cult of the perfect body/life is starting to unravel, but it is still seen as a huge achievement to have an incredible body – when the truth is most of us don’t.

    I could spend hours poking my thighs and bemoaning the fact that I will never EVER wear a pair of skinny jeans, but I’ll take the perks where I can get them. Although I hope that one day we’ll live in a world that doesn’t immediately judge women by how they look, for now I’ll enjoy the fact that, a bit like Adele, I look like someone people want to be mates with.

    Adele appears on the November 2015 issue of Rolling Stone magazine Photo: Rolling Stone

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    Adele’s top-secret fat-melting diet

    Adele won big at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday, but it was her new look that had people talking.

    The curvy singer, who in the past has said she’s “proud” not to look like a model, appears quite slim in the video for “Send My Love (To Your New Lover),” which she premiered at the awards show.

    Reports speculate that in recent months, the singer has dropped around 30 pounds from her 5-foot-9 frame, thanks to “The Sirtfood Diet,” a book released in the UK in January.

    Adele in 2013.Eric McCandless/CBS via Getty Images

    Adele’s longtime trainer, Pete Geracimo, is a fan of the meal plan, which focuses on foods that activate sirtuins — proteins in your body that studies have shown help regulate metabolism. Co-authors Glen Matten, a certified nutritionist who specializes in nutritional medicine, and Aidan Goggins, a nutritionist and pharmacist, call out 20 “sirtfoods” that are rich in sirtuin-activating polyphenols, which Matten says “mimic the effects of exercise and fasting.”

    The foods are your typical healthy hitters. Dieters nosh on kale, strawberries, dates, olive oil and dark chocolate while drinking green tea, coffee and red wine, among other plant-based treats. Meat is not considered a sirtfood, but dieters are allowed to consume it; the plan focuses on adding sirtfoods to your diet but doesn’t prohibit other foods.

    However, it does start out pretty strictly. For the first three days, dieters are limited to just 1,000 calories: one sirtfood-heavy meal recipe from the book (such as salmon with greens, or buckwheat noodles with tofu and vegetables) and three matcha- and kale-packed green juices. For the next four days, the daily allowance is increased to 1,500 calories, with two sirtfood-focused meals and two juices.

    After that seven-day entry period, followers eat as many sirtfood-heavy meals as they like. Matten says that after the first week, the diet is more of a gradual shift than a total overhaul, and he hopes readers make small lifestyle changes instead of going all-out and failing. “Our ambition is that in the long term, people are adjusting diets to include these ingredients,” he says.

    The results are pretty dramatic, and the weight loss is nearly immediate.

    – Glen Matten

    But, Matten says, the results are pretty dramatic, and the weight loss is nearly immediate. When he tested the plan on gym-goers, they lost an average of 7 pounds in those first seven days, he says, and looked more toned, thanks to the foods’ supposed muscle-boosting properties.

    Although the sirtfood premise is alluring (who wouldn’t want to eat foods that shed pounds and boost muscle?), Grace Fjeldberg, a registered dietitian at the Mayo Clinic, says it’s too early to tell whether the science is accurate.

    “The research is promising, and likely uncovers some of the mystery behind why plant-based diets are so beneficial,” Fjeldberg says, but more research is needed. Not everyone will see Adele-like results.

    “We’re all very unique, and what our bodies need is going to be very different,” says Fjeldberg.

    But, thankfully, most of us don’t have to worry about slimming down for our next music video or red carpet appearance.

    ADELE once admitted to blacklisting anybody who criticised her size before her dramatic “three stone weight loss”.

    The 31-year-old star wowed fans when she showed off her trim figure at Drake’s swanky birthday do earlier this week.

    6 Adele showed off her trim figure earlier this weekCredit: The Mega Agency

    Admitting that she’d swapped “tears” for “sweat” in a candid social media post, Adele looked slimmer than ever in a stunning off-the-shoulder dress.

    However, shedding the pounds has never been a priority for the singer, who has always insisted that she isn’t at all “insecure” about her appearance after shooting to fame in 2008.

    She even revealed that she’d refuse to work with anybody who had an issue with her size, telling People magazine at the time: “Even when I was signing a contract, most of the industry knew if anyone ever dared say: ‘Lose weight’ to me, they wouldn’t be working with me.”

    She showed similar spirit in 2009, telling the Daily Mail: “I can’t be a product; no one can do that to me. I have all the say; I have power over everything I do.”

    6 The defiant star previously admitted to blacklisting weight criticsCredit: Getty 6 She shot to fame in 2008Credit: Getty – Contributor

    In 2012, Chanel’s Karl Lagerfeld blasted Adele as “a little too fat”, with the defiant singer replying at the time that she is “very proud” of her appearance, adding: “Weight has nothing to do with my career.”

    Although she has always been body confident, the mother-of-one was forced to change her lifestyle in 2011 after she suffered a vocal haemorrhage.

    Admitting that she was “frightened” about permanently damaging her voice, Adele cut out her sugary cups of tea, alcohol, cigarettes, caffeine, and spicy food.

    Before her 2016 tour, Adele upped her fitness regime to “get some stamina” telling Rolling Stone magazine that while she doesn’t “enjoy” the gym she is a fan of lifting weights.

    6 The singer insisted that she is body confident and has never been insecure about her sizeCredit: Getty – Contributor

    She lost a stone by the following year, with the MailOnline revealing that she’d embraced the Sirtfood diet, which promotes eating plant foods like kale and buckwheat to suppress appetite and “activate the body’s ‘skinny gene'”.

    A source told the publication: “The Sirtfood Diet is all about losing weight and feeling fantastic through eating great-tasting food.

    “It’s based on extensive research into the power of key plant foods, which when added to our diet turn on fat burning and improve wellbeing.”

    And the star’s split from husband Simon Konecki in April of this year saw Adele shift even more weight after she took up Reformer Pilates with pal Ayda Field.

    6 She previously overhauled her diet following a health scareCredit: Getty – Contributor

    A source close to the star told The Sun Online at the time: “Adele has been out enjoying herself and she sees that as her priority at the moment, along with being a mum to Angelo.

    “She has been loving her new workout regime and it really works for her.

    “It’s a bonus that she has shifted some weight.

    6 Adele is thought to have lost three stone in recent monthsCredit: The Mega Agency

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    “Her mates are glad she’s letting loose and there’s nothing but good feelings towards her. She’s got a new lease of life.”

    The Mirror have reported that Adele has now lost an impressive three stone, with the singer sharing a photo from Drake’s party earlier this week alluding to her body transformation.

    Posting a close-up snap of her pout, Adele added the caption: “I used to cry but now I sweat” before going on to pay sweet tribute to her pal on his 33rd birthday.

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    Adele has been making headlines for her incredible weight loss but the multi-Grammy winner didn’t transform her body just to buy a smaller dress size.

    A source told People magazine that Adele changed up her diet and exercise routine to be a better mom to her 7-year-old son, Angelo, whom she shares with her ex, Simon Konecki.

    “It’s easy to just focus on her physical transformation, but this is really about something bigger,” revealed an insider. “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 mom possible.”


    The insider added: “Her whole focus during the weight loss journey has really how been all about how she can be healthier and how can she treat her body better.

    “It was never about losing weight. Her weight loss happened because she has cut down drinking and is eating more real food. But she now loves her physical transformation too. She is more confident, dresses differently and she just seems happier overall.”

    British Singer Adele shows off her dramatic weight loss while pictured with Harry Styles and TV presenter James Corden on Holiday together in Anguilla. (Joe Brown/BackGrid)

    The “Hello” singer, 31, is “excited” about the future and still has her “great sense of humor.”


    A fan who recently ran into Adele while on vacation in Anguilla — with fellow Brits Harry Styles and James Corden — said she didn’t even recognize the star.

    “At first we barely even recognized her because she lost so much weight,” 19-year-old fan Lexi Larson told People. “She told us she lost something like 100 lbs., and that it’s such a crazy positive experience.”

    In December, Adele took Instagram by storm when she posted a photo of herself rocking a sleek gown alongside the Grinch and Santa Claus ahead of the holidays. At the time, fans praised the “Rolling in the Deep” singer for her body transformation.


    In October, the singer showed off her slimmer figure at rapper Drake’s birthday party.

    Fox News’ Stephanie Nolasco contributed to this report.

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