EASTENDERS actress Lorraine Stanley, managed to drop almost a stone (12lbs) in six weeks by cutting down on sweet treats and upping her protein intake.
Celebrities have repeatedly shown that losing a stone of weight can be done in a safe and regulated manner, despite the fact that it may sound impossible. Fad diets are no longer necessary since, according to specialists, weight loss can be done by simply focusing on what people put into their bodies. And EastEnders actress Lorraine Stanley did just that.
In just six weeks, the TV personality who portrays Karen Taylor in the BBC serial opera shed 12 pounds.
She altered her eating patterns to achieve this.
Lorraine outlined her diet, saying she avoided luxuries like chips and chocolates.
She also cut back on her consumption of carbohydrates, which are known to cause weight gain.
The celebrity said on ITV’s Lorraine with Carol Voderman: “In six weeks, I’ve shed 12 lbs.
“I owe my friend Louisa, who is my go-to fitness expert, this.
Lorraine mentioned that she drinks a lot of protein to aid with weight loss.
She said, “I’ve eaten a lot of cooked eggs, salmon, and chicken.
“No chocolate, no crisps, and no carbs.”
The actress acknowledged that the process was difficult, but said, “I’m loving it and I feel better for it.”
“She discusses nutrition,”
Protein is “the single most significant nutrient,” according to Healthline, for promoting muscle building and weight loss.
It helps people lose weight and belly fat by increasing metabolism, lowering hunger, and altering many hormones that control weight.
According to one study, persons who consume more protein have a metabolic edge over those who consume less protein, as they can burn an additional 80 to 100 calories each day.
Additionally, they help appetite control, which makes it simpler to reduce calories because foods strong in protein can sate hunger.
The following foods are high in protein if people are trying to increase their protein intake:
Kangaroo, cattle, lamb, veal, and other lean meats
Bush birds, chicken, turkey, duck, emu, and other poultry
Fish and seafood, including clams, mussels, oysters, crab, and lobster
Milk, Greek yoghurt, and cottage cheese are dairy products.