Kelly Brook Lost 8 Lbs in 4 Months on the Atkins Diet

May 27, 2015 in Kelly Brook by Versus22 Comments »


All the details from Daily Mail:

Kelly Brook 35-year-old has shed 8lbs and three inches from her waist in four months of total dedication to the new diet and says she’s feeling better than ever.

Kelly said: ‘I can honestly say I have never felt better about my body. My skin is glowing, I feel healthier than ever and I still have my curves – I couldn’t ask for better results. I always knew my body would change but I didn’t expect to feel this good as well. I have so much more energy and it feels amazing to be able to wear anything I like with confidence.’

Kelly had gone from a size 8 to a size 10-12 in the last two years and although she claimed to be happy with her shape, she’s been pleasantly surprised with all of the other health benefits that came along with the lifestyle change.

The model added: ‘I started Atkins because 2014 was a crazy year for me and I felt I wasn’t able to maintain a healthy diet. Whilst working in LA, it was very tempting to reach for naughty treats. I definitely noticed the changes in my body. I did want to lose a few inches around my waist, but the most important goal for me was to improve my energy levels and general health as well as getting in shape.’

Kelly added: ‘Since starting Atkins I have never felt hungry or deprived. I put this down to the fact the Atkins recipes are substantial and perfectly balanced, but also because I can enjoy treats from the Atkins snack range.

‘I used to have at least five cups of tea a day, each with two sugars in, so the snacks have been perfect for curbing my sweet tooth – I can even have a cookie with my cuppa!’

‘New Atkins helped with this because it is really about cutting down on the bad things, like sugar and starchy carbs, while still enjoying tasty foods like chicken, fish, fibrous vegetables and red fruits.’

Some of Kelly’s meals:


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