According to the latest reports, Adele has lost a whopping 7 stone. That equates to approximately 98 pounds and it seems that Adele is still losing weight. Fans are now sounding off with fears that she may have developed an eating disorder as it was revealed she has limited herself to a mere 1000 calories per day. No one is discrediting Adele’s amazing weight loss, they are just worried that she may not know when to stop. Adele has stated that she wanted to lose weight and be the healthiest person she could be for her son Angelo. She looks incredible but some are concerned that she is losing too much.
Brazilian trainer Camila Goodis spoke on the Lorraine show about the “Adele” diet. She discussed the methods she used to help Adele achieve weight loss and not everyone was impressed. Another fitness expert, Alice Liveing, sounded off on Twitter and shared her views about celebrity trainers promoting unhealthy diets.
At issue was the 1000 daily calorie limit Adele is consuming and Alice’s feeling that it is unhealthy. She also stated the following, “No credible trainer would suggest green juices to be the elixir of good health. No credible trainer would/should share this confidential info for their own gain.”
You may see a portion of the interview that Camila Goodis gave to the Lorraine show in the video clip below.
Alice Liveing responded to the interview on her official Twitter account where she really made it clear that she was not supportive of the Adele diet.
In a Twitter thread, she stated the following.
“These ‘so called’ celebrity trainers need to realise that putting someone on a 1000 calorie a day diet and an intense workout regime doesn’t make them a good trainer. It makes them the instigator of seriously disordered eating habits and the health instigator of seriously disordered eating habits and the health repercussions that accompany it.”
You may see the thread that Alice Liveing shared below.
These ‘so called’ celebrity trainers need to realise that putting someone on a 1000 calorie a day diet and an intense workout regime doesn’t make them a good trainer. It makes them the instigator of seriously disordered eating habits and the health repercussions that accompany it
— Alice (@Aliceliveing_) January 16, 2020
You may see an article by the Daily Mail discussing the situation below.
— Katherine Buckley (@itskatherine888) January 18, 2020
What do you think about Adele’s weight loss? Do you think she is losing too much weight and my possibly have developed an eating disorder?
Do you agree with Alice Liveing? Do you think a 1000 calorie a day diet is dangerous?