Adele shocked social networks with her new figure, and we wanted to know how she pulled it off. The “Rolling in the deep” interpreter had a fantastic evolution in the last decade, and we are not talking precisely about her music, but about her physique. Much is said about the new lifestyle that the UK singer leads, and we invite you to check out her five easy steps plan that everyone can follow in the video below!
1 - Accept your body and be willing to make the change
The "Hometown Glory" interpreter never compared herself to magazine models, much less was she willing to change her appearance due to severe criticism.
The singer confessed in an interview for 60 Minutes with Anderson Cooper, that she didn't want to be an average woman who was carried away by social standards. Beauty isn't determined by the weighing machine, however, after becoming a mother Adele decided to lose some weight to have a healthy body.
2 - Expert health advice
Us Weekly revealed that the 15-time Grammy winner followed the instructions of Dr. Dominique Fradin-Read. The wellness expert assures that it's important to control insulin, hormones, thyroid, sleep, stress, mental health, and eating habits when deciding to change your lifestyle.
"Uncontrolled diets make you regain everything you lost or even more."
3 - Choosing a suitable diet
Although Dr. Fradin-Read recommends a Mediterranean diet, the secret of the British singer is hidden in the Sirtfood diet. It was created by nutritionists Aidan Goggins and Glen Matten in 2016 and consists of eating foods with properties that promote longevity and mimic the effects of fasting and exercise. Adele's diet is based on the preparation of green juices that contain apple, kale, celery, arugula, ginger, parsley, lemon, and matcha tea.
The nutritionists created a three-week guide in their book, The Sirtfood Diet, that encourages the consumption of dark chocolate, wine, and low-calorie fruits and vegetables.
4 - Exercise plan
Adele wasn't interested in following an exercise plan. However, her son Angelo motivated her to become a better example for him. The singer now attends Pilates and cross-training classes three times a week.
“I used to cry, but now I sweat”
5 - Constancy: diet and exercise are not enough
If you choose a correct exercise and diet routine, it's important to remember that you must set a weekly goal and not give up until you meet your objective, after all, if Adele could do it, why not you?
It's never too late to start building the silhouette that you've been wanting for years. What are you waiting for? Is your moment! Start applying Adele's plan and share your experience with us.