After altering his personal lifestyle, Gregg Wallace has sought to urge his fans to start on a health journey.
Since 2017, the MasterChef judge has lost five stone and has previously stated that his strategy is simple: don’t diet.
‘Don’t go on a diet,’ he insisted on Good Morning Britain. ‘Don’t do something that’s really difficult that you can’t maintain. We’re logical people, right? If it’s so difficult and so uncomfortable, you won’t keep it up.
‘What I tell everybody, and this is the key, eat three healthy meals a day.’
Greg, 58, has since expounded on his prior statement in an Instagram story video.
He pushed his 169k followers to make “little adjustments” to see results.
‘Good evening. A little bit of inspiration for you, I hope, okay,’ he began.
‘The difference between being overweight and being slim is not one major great big leap, like a huge change overnight, but a series of small changes over time. That’s what it is.
‘Just getting better and better a little bit at a time. Not one huge great change that’s uncomfortable, but small little steps.’
He concluded: ‘Your health and your lifestyle is a journey. A journey made up of small steps, not one great big enormous leap.’
Gregg has even launched his own weight loss website, ShowMe.Fit, where customers can pay £7 a month for access to meals and workouts, and he tagged the company’s Instagram account in the picture.
Gregg announced last year that he aspires to have the body of a 20-year-old.
On why he embarked on his recent health journey, he said: ‘My motivation at the start was, “I just want to look better on the telly.”
‘But now it’s, “How fit can I actually get? Can I actually have the body of a 20-year-old at 60?” I’ve done everything. I’ve done fasting, no carbs, low fat. You name it, I tried it.
Gregg was on GMB earlier in the day, when he was probed by host Richard Madeley about the circumstances behind his resignation from Inside The Factory.
Despite leaving the BBC2 programme in March to spend more time with his three-year-old son Sid, the host’s involvement at the Nestlé facility has been identified as a contributing cause.
The MasterChef host was accused of being ‘rude to workers’ and ‘speaking in a disrespectful manner, especially to women,’ and of being ‘appalled’ that he had caused’such an offence.’
He said: ‘There was an argument in Inside The Factory. The reporting isn’t accurate. There was an issue and I thought that was the perfect time to come out.
‘Offending people? No, no. If you look at the headlines you can’t see a story that matches those headlines. But there was an issue; I don’t want to discuss what the issue was.
‘But I thought it was a good time – Mum needs help with Sid at home, running around the country going to those factories – I thought it was a good time to give something up.’
Gregg Wallace will be back on Celebrity MasterChef tomorrow at 8pm on BBC One.
Source My Celebrity Life.