Adele warned her ‘1000-calorie a day’ seven-stone weight loss ‘isn’t sustainable’ by This Morning health expert – The Sun

ADELE has been warned that her "1000-calorie a day" seven-stone weight loss "isn't sustainable" by This Morning's health expert.

Dale Pinnock spoke out against the 31-year-old star's reported methods, with the singer wowing fans with her trim figure in recent months.

Speaking to hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby earlier today, nutritionist Dale explained that restricting her calorie intake so drastically will only work for short-term weight-loss goals.

Revealing that the average calorie intake for a woman should be between 1,800 and 2,000 calories a day, Dale said: "If you've got a short-term goal that kind of approach could be very, very suitable.

"If you want to lose weight for a wedding or holiday, but it isn't sustainable."

He continued: "There will be a cut off because after a while your body will start to down-regulate the things it will do.

"Its top priority is survival, after a couple of weeks you won't be as active, you'll find that you get brain fog and become irritable, it kicks in quite quickly."

When asked how he'd advise Adele on how to lose the weight, Dale shared: "Slow and steady wins the race, definitely – find something that you can stick to."

Fellow guest Dr. Zoe agreed, adding: "1000-calories a day isn't sustainable and you set yourself up to fail.

"Make small changes you can stick to for the rest of your life."

Earlier this week, Adele looked almost unrecognisable as she posed next to Polish presenter Kinga Rusin at Jay-Z and Beyonce's Oscars 2020 after party.

She initially debuted her weight loss at Drake's birthday party in October, just weeks after she filed for divorce from Simon Konecki.

Her former personal trainer previously revealed that Adele shed the pounds on a gruelling "1,000 calories a day and green juice diet".

Camila Goodis said: "She's working out but I think 90 per cent of it is diet.

"It's a good diet to shed the weight. The first week is intense, green juices and only 1,000 calories," she said.

"She doesn't look too thin – she looks amazing."

Adele told a holidaymaker on her recent getaway to Anguilla that she a lost a staggering seven stone.

The singer was said to have opened up to a fan about her weight loss while holidaying with Harry Styles and James Corden on the Christmas Caribbean trip.


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