Earlier this month, 15-time Grammy winner and esteemed artist Adele wowed the world when she showed off her slimmed-down figure out of nowhere. Thankfully, her doctor shared the singer’s tips and tricks in order to achieve her type of weight loss in a successful and healthy way shortly after the reveal.
Adele’s Doctor Reveals How Singer Lost Weight In A Healthy Way
Winning the esteemed Grammy award 15 times in her ongoing career, Adele is best known for writing songs and ballads that explore lost love, heartbreak and finding one’s self after. She’s also known for her powerhouse voice, which only helps in taking her songs to new heights.
But it seems like she still has more surprises up her sleeve since the singer recently wowed everyone by unexpectedly posing a photo showing her slimmed-down figure earlier this month. Shortly afterwards, Dr. Dominique Fradin-Read, her own doctor, revealed just how the singer managed to lose all that weight. Fradin-Read is MD-board certified in preventative medicine and anti-aging medicine with a university degree in nutrition .
“I start by telling my patients that when it comes to weight loss, diet and exercise alone will not be enough in most cases. That is why many patients that come to us have tried to lose weight, they did lose somewhat but put everything back on and often even more. For a successful and sustainable weight loss, we need to look at the whole person and not just address the weight upfront,” the physician said.
“I combine all the tools and methods in our therapeutic arsenal, starting with the most natural approaches and lifestyle changes, vitamins/supplements, to recommending peptides, rebalancing hormones and finally prescribing medications as appropriately for each patient,” she added, saying that after starting her process with the patients, she works toward more intensive treatment.
As for what to eat, Fradin-Read suggested a diet made up of nutrient-rich food as well as protein, good fats, good carbohydrates, dairy and a few wine glasses a week. Green veggies should also take around two-third of the plate. One-third should be for protein, while the remaining space should be for carbs. She also suggested following the well-known Mediterranean diet.