The secrets behind Adele's weight loss transformation: from pilates to ditching cups of tea
31 October 2019, 12:29 | Updated: 1 November 2019, 09:06
Adele showed off her dramatic weight loss earlier this week - here's how she achieved her transformation
Earlier this week, a number of photos of Adele at Drake's birthday party emerged - and fans couldn't help but notice her slimmed-down figure.
The singer, 31, appears to have lost a significant amount of weight over the years - and, according to a report by The Sun, she has used a number of methods by which to achieve her transformation.
It emerged earlier this year that Adele had taken up pilates with Ayda Field, Robbie Williams' wife.
A source said: "She has been loving her new workout regime and it really works for her.
"It’s a bonus that she has shifted some weight.
"Her mates are glad she’s letting loose and there’s nothing but good feelings towards her. She’s got a new lease of life."
Adele herself admitted that she's ditched the cups of tear in an attempt to cut down on sugar - as she was previously on 10 cups a day with two sugars in each.
She admitted: "I used to drink ten cups a day with two sugars in each so I was on 20 sugars a day.
"Now I don't drink it and I have more energy than ever."
Adele has previously admitted to not being a huge fan of the gym, but she has said she enjoys lifting weights.
Speaking to Rolling Stone magazine back in 2016, she said: "I mainly moan. I’m not, like, skipping to the f***ing gym. I don’t enjoy it.
"I do like doing weights. I don’t like looking in the mirror.
"Blood vessels burst on my face really easily, so I’m so conscious when I’m lifting weights not to let them burst in my face. And if I don’t tour, you’ll catch me back down at the Chinese!"
The Sirtfood Diet
Adele is said to be a fan of The Sirtfood Diet, which prioritises plant-based foods.
According to the diet, eating foods high in 'sirtuin activators' can help regulate your metabolism, increase muscle and burn fat.
Foods like apples, citrus fruits, parsley, capers, blueberries and even red win and dark chocolate are said to be high in these.