Jane McDonald Weight Loss: Singer Eats ‘A Type Of Bread’ To Stay Slim After Losing 4th Place

At 59, Jane McDonald is comfortable and confident in her own skin, but said she wasn’t always. In 2015, the presenter decided to change her lifestyle and lose weight by removing several food groups from her diet. As a result, she threw four stones. But staying slim can be tough, luckily Jane has a nutritionist who has provided many tasty and healthy recipes, including one for bread.

A few years ago, Jane was invited to appear on a TV show called Sugar Free Farm.

It was there that she “met Angélique Panagos, the resident nutritionist”.

After the show, Jane continued with some of the meals from the diet, but modified it accordingly.

She said, “The only bread I eat is the one I have a recipe from Angelica.

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She was originally a size 12/14 and dropped to a UK eight.

After the show, Jane lost “a [additional] stone and a half”.

In total, Jane lost four stones in weight by cutting out sugar.

The singer had to cut out alcohol, cakes, cookies and other ready meals.

The “hardest thing” for Jane was not drinking red wine and she didn’t realize how much sugar was in each glass.

According to the NHS, adults should consume no more than 30g of sugar per day.

The least sweet wine is red wine, with 0.5 g per 175 ml.

Dry white wine contains about 1.5g of sugar while rosé contains about 6.25g per glass.

Looking back on diet changes, Jane said: ‘I was always hungry and always snacking on something, but I don’t have any of that now.

“It’s because of a change in my mindset. Before, I lived to eat, but now I eat to live.

In order to maintain her new slim physique, Jane revealed the changes she has made to her diet.

She said, “I don’t eat white carbs, like white flour or white pasta, anymore.”

The singer also starts each day with a green smoothie.

“I mix in a mix of raw vegetables, flax seeds, chia seeds, spinach, kale, mint and a banana. It’s really lovely,” Jane said.

“If I go about four days without, I really feel a difference. I think it’s the raw vegetables that give you a lot of energy.

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