SCARLETT Moffatt was the celebrity success story of 2016.
The Gogglebox star not only won I’m a Celebrity last month – she also completely transformed her body.
New year new me 💪🏽a phrase that I said so many times but trust me really mean it this year, we can motivate each other. Let’s make 2017 a SUPER one. Scarlett SUPERslim me is on Amazon now (link in bio) #wecandothis #weightloss #beforeandafter #newyear #newme
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Scarlett, 26, is almost unrecognisable after slimming down. Here we tell you everything you need to know about her SuperSlim diet.
What is the SuperSlim diet?
In January this year, Scarlett exclusively gave The Sun’s Fabulous magazine an insight into her new diet.
Scarlett is following the SuperSlim plan, limiting herself to 1,350 calories a day to shed the pounds.
Dieters chose one approved breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack option every day.
They can also drink 300ml of skimmed milk, or eat two small pots of fat-free yoghurt.
The breakfasts are all 250cals each, lunches 350cals, dinners 450cals and snacks 200cals.
By eating less than the recommended daily 2,000cals, for women, dieters can lose weight quickly – especially when combining their diet with exercise.
SuperSlim’s tagline is ‘diets designed with the whole family in mind’.
There are support clubs throughout the Midlands and the West, in Birmingham North, Dudley, Halesowen, Oldbury, Stourbridge, Wednesbury, Wolverhampton and Gloucester.
How much weight has Scarlett lost?
Her weight plummeted from 11st 5lbs to 8st, allowing Scarlett to swap from a size 18 to size 8 dress size.
As well as following the SuperSlim plan, Scarlett has ditched the booze and takeaways – and started hitting the gym regularly to overhaul her body.
Scarlett has also gone down six bra cup sizes, taking her from a J to a DD, shed 11 inches from her waist, and has now released a fitness DVD.
Scarlett is not the only one who got in shape in 2016. From Lisa Riley to Holly Hagan, these celebs all lost an impressive amount of weight.
She recently told Heat magazine: “I’ve lost 3st 4lb, and that’s roughly what my three-year-old cousin Noah weighs.
“It’s like I’ve been piggy backing Noah for years and I’ve just dropped him off at school.”
She sprung into action when a doctor told Scarlett she was ‘obese’, and had an unhealthy BMI of 31.
What can you eat on the SuperSlim diet?
- Sultana and raspberry porridge: made with semi-skimmed milk
- 2 scrambled eggs and smoked salmon: served with strawberries and a satsuma
- 2 poached eggs: served with 1 grilled tomato on wholegrain toast
- Fresh fruit medley: 1 satsuma, 1 plum, 1 banana, 1 apple and a handful of grapes
- Home-made muesli: served with apricots, raisins, blueberries and skimmed milk
- Tomato omelette: made with skimmed milk, chopped tomatoes and basil
- Cooked breakfast: 2 poached eggs with 2 turkey rashers, 1 tomato and mushrooms
- Eggs Florentine: 2 poached eggs, steamed spinach, 1 small fruit salad, and 1 small pot of fat-free yoghurt
- Mexican bowl: 1 small avocado, 1/2 green pepper, 1/2 red onion, 1 chopped tomato, 1/2 can kidney beans, coriander and lime juice
- Vegetable soup: 600ml serving with 1 banana
- Grilled salmon fillet: served with salad
- Sweet potato and tuna salad: served with 1 apple
- Chicken and couscous: served with cherry tomatoes, raisins, olive oil and lemon juice
- Sushi: medium sized pack served with 1 banana
Celery sticks and home-made Guacamole
Carrot and coriander soup
Fruit salad and yoghurt
Dried fruit and nuts
Frozen grapes and yoghurt
Home-made banana ice cream and berries
Smoked salmon salad
- Turkey skewers and couscous: served with 1 apple
- Grilled fillet steak: served with sweet potato wedges, 1 grilled tomato, salad and mushrooms (followed by grapes)
- Grilled salmon: served with 1/2 can mixed beans, spinach, watercress, mustard and honey dressing
- Grilled tuna steak: served with 3 boiled new potatoes, steamed vegetables, fruit salad and fat-free yoghurt
- Roast chicken: served with Mediterranean salad
- Smoked mackerel: served with mixed leaf salad
Is the plan safe?
The meals are all balanced, providing the dieter with a healthy mix of fruit, vegetables, protein and some carbs.
Sticking to a strict diet of 1,500 or less cals-a-day is thought to help the dieter steadily lose one to two pounds a week.
Eating less than 1,500cals for men and 1,200cals for women is not recommended, because it puts your body into starvation mode and slows your metabolic rate.
Scarlett’s 1,350cals a day limit may be too low for some people but, as a 5ft 0.5in woman, should be safe for her.