Lorraine Kelly, 61, is a well-known TV personality for presenting programmes such as Good Morning Britain, GMTV or her own show Lorraine. The star recently slimmed down and dropped two dress sizes following a simple and “tasty” diet. How?
“I think it’s all about taking things at our own pace. We are all far more likely to stick to a healthy eating plan if we have proper tasty food, and won’t drop out of an exercise routine if it’s good fun.”
But what does Lorraine eat on a normal day?
Lorraine’s meal plan starts with a healthy breakfast – her favourite is porridge with honey, nuts, raisins or berries although she would make a more elaborated breakfast during the weekend.
“Sunday breakfast is his ‘special’ – a tower of a potato scone with bacon and black pudding and a poached egg on top,” she told Asda Good Living.
“I always have porridge and fruit for breakfast, and from now on I’m making a big pot of spicy vegetable soup at the beginning of the week that I can heat up quickly for lunch,” she told HELLO!.
Lorraine is a big fan of soups and she enjoys a warm homemade recipe for lunch always making sure it is a filling meal.
“I have learned the hard way that daft diets will ultimately make you fat.
“I do tend to eat sensibly during the week but I certainly don’t exist on sticks of celery, because I’d be miserable,” she told The Sun.