If you've noticed Adele's dramatic and inspiring weight transformation, you're not alone. The singer appeared at the 2017 Grammys looking surprisingly svelte--and even better, she seemed to be brimming with body confidence as she dazzled on the red carpet. Naturally, it left us asking the obvious question: Does Adele have a new diet plan?
Indeed she does, or so we hear. Though Adele hasn't spoken about it publicly, reports are stating that she may be doing something called the "Sirtfood Diet," at the influence of her personal trainer, Pete Geracimo, who is a big fan of the program.
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Called “The Sirtfood Diet” due to its emphasis on eating foods rich in sirtuin protein--which some researchers say may help burn more calories and slow the aging process--the diet became popular in the U.K. last year. And now that we know a little more about the diet program, it's easy to see why.
Dark chocolate (yay!) and red wine are approved foods on the diet plan, which was featured in a book called The Sirtfood Diet book, written by nutritionists Aidan Goggins and Glen Matten. Both chocolate and wine contain supposedly contain resveratrol, an antioxidant that may help activate sirtuin enzymes. The slimdown diet has two phases and is said to include plenty of foods rich in sirtuins--onions, kale, parsley, black currants, green tea--as well as lots of green juice drinks.
Though Adele hasn't yet copped to following the diet, the singer has publicly spoken out before about her healthy body image--and the fact that she refuses to succumb to Hollywood pressure to be too thin.
Whether she's complaining about working out or revealing that she'd rather dine out with friends than go for a run, her attitude toward enjoying her life, her body, and plenty of delicious food has always resonated with us.
“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 mom told me to only ever do things for myself, not for others.”
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While we think she looks fabulous at any size, we also don't expect her to be dropping much more weight anytime soon.
"I like looking nice, but I always put comfort over fashion... Be happy and healthy," she once told Rolling Stone. "I’ve never had a problem with the way I look. I’d rather have lunch with my friends than go to a gym.”
We feel the same way, Adele! Cheers to keeping it real--as always.
The songstress revealed that listening to her body when it comes to both diet and exercise has been a huge part of her success.
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