Gregg Wallace lost four stone after ditching three foods from his diet – it’s not carbs

MasterChef judge Gregg Wallace has undergone an impressive weight loss transformation in recent years – and it seems the foodie is pushing his fitness goals to the next level.

The 59-year-old lost more than four stone and is on a mission to make his body as fit as possible.

The presenter kickstarted his weight loss journey after his doctor warned him in 2017 that he could have a heart attack if he didn’t lose weight.

He previously told ITV’s Good Morning Britain: “The doctor said you have huge cholesterol here, unless you do something you’re going to have a heart attack.

“I went on a weight loss and fitness site and in there I tell you how I went from the guy on the left-hand side of the screen [to the one on the right].”

At his heaviest, Gregg, who is 5ft 8in, weighed 16st 7lb.

So how did the TV star manage to sustainably lose weight? Gregg said he doesn’t “believe in diets”.

He said: “Seriously for people I don’t believe in diets, I don’t believe in doing something you can’t sustain, I don’t believe in starving yourself three times a week.

“What I believe in is making positive steps in the right direction gradually, that way you move yourself into a healthy lifestyle. Listen to this carefully, you don’t have to be uncomfortable and hungry to lose weight.”

After reaching his goal weight, Gregg attributed his success to daily exercise, home cooking and cutting out three main things – “fried food, sugar and booze”.

He previously told The Sun: “I made a conscious decision to cut down on fried and high sugar foods, as well as booze – which helped me lose weight.

“When I was at my biggest I was having a daily fry up, fish and chips once per week, takeaway a couple more times and drinking beer nearly every day.

“At first, I felt like I was missing out. But my body got used to what I was giving it and yours will too.”

Gregg manages to keep himself in shape by working out five times a week.

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