GREGG Wallace impressed his Instagram fans this morning as he shared a topless mirror selfie.
The MasterChef star, 54, revealed his toned body and told his followers: “Getting there”.
Gregg Wallace impressed his Instagram fans this morning as he shared a topless mirror selfie[/caption]
With the help of perosnal trainer Danny Rai, Gregg is at 12st 3lbs and a healthy 18 per cent body fat.
Fans were impressed with his efforts, with one writing: “You look fitter than me already mate, I am half of your age.”
Another said: “Blimey. That was a shock over my Rice Krispies this morning .”
Others had questions for the TV star, and Gregg was happy to respond.
Gregg shared his body weight and fat percentage[/caption]
When asked how much weight he gains while filming MasterChef, Gregg replied: “None any more.”
While another was curious about his chest tattoo, that Gregg explained was dedicated to his football team Millwall.
The star, who used to be 16½st, decided to overhaul his life a few years ago – after admitting he was drinking booze most days and frequently ordering takeaways.
In 2017, Gregg opened up to The Sun about his decision to lose weight – and shared his tips and tricks for maintaining a balanced lifestyle.
The chef said: “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.”
He says that he used to eat a daily fry up and frequently order takeaways[/caption]
Sharing his advice on sticking to a diet, the star added: “Don’t cut out things you like – it will just make you miserable.
“I’m a huge fan of curries, chillies and stews and it is still possible to lose weight and eat hearty meals.
“Think about cooking with meats such as chicken and pork — all the things that don’t have much fat.
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“Use lean mince to make chillies, fill up with tasty stews stuffed full of healthy, low-calorie veg.
“Try putting a chicken on a baking tray with potatoes, onions and olive oil and leaving it in the oven for a couple of hours. Serve it with a portion of steamed veg — which doesn’t take long to do at all — and it’s a balanced, healthy and good value meal, suitable for the whole family.
“These ingredients are basic and all in your supermarket.”
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