‘I used to live to eat, but now I eat to live’: Jane McDonald reveals that she only eats one type of bread after her four stone weight loss
Jane McDonald revealed that she only eats one type of bead after her incredible four stone weight loss on Monday.
The 59-year-old presenter kick-started her weight loss journey back in 2015 and later signed up to the TV show, Sugar Free Farm in 2017.
The ITV show followed celebrities around as they tried to live a sugar-free diet.
Very specific: Jane McDonald revealed that she only eats one type of bead after her incredible four stone weight loss (pictured left in 2020 and right in 2015)
Jane met Angelique Panagos, the resident nutritionist at the farm who gave her a life-changing recipe for bread.
The hack was one of Jane’s favourite things she picked up from the TV show.
She told The Express: ‘The only bread I eat is one that I’ve got a recipe for from Angelique.
Very specific: The singer embraced a life-changing break recipe while appearing on ITV’s Sugar-Free Farm in 2017 (pictured in 2021)
‘It’s got no yeast in it and it’s made with lots of pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, wholemeal flour, oats and yogurt of all things.
‘It’s literally 20 minutes and it’s made – ready to put in the oven.
‘I don’t eat a lot of it but when I’m really craving a bit of starch I just get some out of the freezer and stick it in the toaster and it’s done.’
The former Loose Women panelist managed to shed 9lbs in two weeks while starring on the show, and following the farm, she lost another stone and a half thanks to cutting out sugar.
Jane continued: ‘I lost a stone and a half from taking part in the TV show Sugar Free Farm.
Recipe details: She revealed the bread takes 20 minutes to make and has ‘got no yeast in it and is made with lots of pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, wholemeal flour, oats and yogurt’ (pictured 2016)
‘I used to eat so much rubbish. I didn’t realise how much rubbish I used to eat. I’ve always loved a pie and I was very carbohydrate-led as I was always hungry.
‘I ate far too much and all the wrong things. I didn’t realise that if you eat the wrong things, it doesn’t feed your body so you will want more.
‘I like my life, and my schedule takes a lot of energy, but I was beginning to get quite tired and I was blaming it on age.’
New life style: The Wakefield-born star said her ‘change in mindset’ allowed her to drop those extra pounds because ‘I used to live to eat, but now I eat to live’
The Wakefield-born star said her ‘change in mindset’ allowed her to drop those extra pounds.
She added: ‘I used to live to eat, but now I eat to live.’
Recently, the star made a splash while filming her travel show, Holidaying with Jane McDonald in Barbados.
However, things did not go swimmingly during her time abroad as she could not maintain her balance atop a paddleboard.
Oops! Recently, the star made a splash while filming her travel show, Holidaying with Jane McDonald in Barbados
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