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Celebrity weight loss transformations of 2019 – including Adele and Simon Cowell


Mark Labbett

Celebrity weight-loss transformations of 2019 - including Adele and Simon Cowell

The Chase’s Mark Labbett, 54, has lost a hefty amount of weight throughout 2019 (Image: Liverpool Echo)

Celebrity weight-loss transformations of 2019 - including Adele and Simon Cowell

Mark, known as ‘The Beast’, has lost a massive three-stone (Image: REX/Shutterstock)

The Chase’s Mark Labbett, 54, has lost a hefty amount of weight throughout 2019.

Mark, known as ‘The Beast’, has lost a massive three-stone – which he credits to cutting back on sugar and running around after his young son for his transformation.

The brainbox, who weighed 27 stone at his heaviest, has been focused on losing weight over the past six months and has successfully slimmed down.

Mark was pushed to work on getting a trimmer physique after he was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes which can be caused by obesity.

As well as getting rid of the sugar in his diet, Mark got results when he started eating breakfast.

Gemma Collins

Celebrity weight-loss transformations of 2019 - including Adele and Simon Cowell

Former TOWIE star Gemma Collins is another star who has paraded a body transformation this year (Image: PA)

Celebrity weight-loss transformations of 2019 - including Adele and Simon Cowell

She initially slimmed down on Dancing on Ice but now uses hunger suppressing jabs (Image: Instagram)

Former TOWIE star Gemma Collins is another star who has paraded a body transformation this year.

The bombshell’s initial weight-loss came after she underwent an extreme rehearsal schedule on Dancing On Ice alongside partner Matt Evers, skating for at least 2 hours a day.

However since the series ended the boutique owner has turned to a controversial method to melt away the pounds.

Her epic three-stone weight loss isn’t down to a restrictive diet or gruelling exercise – but instead is the result of fat-shedding injections.

The fat-loss injections work by suppressing the appetite so that patients’ hunger is reduced, which stops them from reaching for the snacks every time their stomach rumbles.

 

 


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