Tom Kerridge Weight Loss and his Strict Diet Program
When it comes to baking sweets, people like Tom Kerridge would feel sweet victory for themselves following a two-year effort on losing weight. Tom Kerridge Weight Loss has reached a milestone for the past two and a half years.
Fans of the cooking reality show Bake Off were left astounded recently after Tom Kerridge Weight Loss revealed his diet secrets. He recently appeared on This Morning TV show, where he showed off his newer slimmer self that surprised the audience. Kerridge is just one of many celebrity chefs who had managed to lose weight in recent years, alongside other famous names in the culinary world such as Graham Elliot and Jamie Oliver.
How he did this is that he simply took up swimming while watching his carb intake. “I stopped eating carbs late, and have got into eating fruit: I love apples and grapes as a snack now. I’ve gone down the route where I eat plenty of protein and not any carbs. I just ignore the potato bit, basically.”
One of the reasons for Tom Kerridge weight loss, according to him, was that he decided to rethink his diet and lifestyle after he hit the age of 40. Tom Kerridge rose to prominence due to his culinary skills that earned him a Michelin star through his pub Hand and Flowers. In addition to starring in BBC 2’s Bake Off, he also starred in its subsequent spinoff Creme de la Creme.
Furthermore, he disclosed that he lost weight in just two years, saying, “I’ve lost over 10 stone in two and a half years. It’s been a lifestyle change, a process. I was approached for my 40th birthday and that’s the point you look at what you’ve achieved and start analyzing where you’re going and where you wanna be in the future and you start thinking… so yeah, I made a big lifestyle change.”
Tom revealed that the secret of his weight loss is the abandonment of alcohol and reducing the number of carbs in his daily diet, in addition to cutting down on sweets, explaining that “I own pubs and, you know, I’m quite good at tasting.”
He further explained that “Carbs are a big thing. The more you understand it and the more you look into it, you see that there are so many carbohydrates involved in sugar as well. ‘So I knocked all booze on the head. Stopped drinking, went completely teetotal.I went, right, I’m not drinking. That’s it. No more. Then for Christmas my wife Beth bought me tickets to go and see a live band once a month. So I said, I’ll have a drink on those nights. But it petered out pretty much after that and now I don’t miss it. Every now and then I think, “I could have a drink,” and then I just think, “There’s no point; I won’t have one”.
But even after deciding to turn down carbohydrates in his diet, he, as a chef, will still continue to sample contestants’ dishes in Bake Off’s spinoff. And pastry chefs routinely sample their own food. He is one of the few judges of the show, alongside fellow patissier Bebiut Blin.
And lastly, he also explained that he plans on sharing some of that knowledge that led Tom Kerridge weight loss via his new cookbook, which will be released in 2017.