The 5:2 is growing increasingly popular in the celebrity world. From models including Miranda Kerr to showbiz personalities like Phillip Schofield, find out which famous faces are getting in shape with intermittent fasting.
Phillip Schofield is a fan of the 5:2 diet. In the spring, the This Morning star lost around 9lbs in four weeks by following the fasting regime. Given his svelte appearance on the new series of Dancing On Ice, we reckon he’s still been following the plan.
Comedian Dom Joly lost an impressive two and a half stone in just three months following the 5:2 diet. Why does he like it? “I simply have to get through to the next day where I can eat and drink to my heart’s content”, he said.
The 5:2 diet has reached Coronation Street, with several of the cast members trying it out. Ian Puleston-Davies, who plays Owen Armstrong, has lost a stone on the diet. Ian’s great results have encouraged others, including Cherylee Houston (Izzy Armstrong), to give it a go.
The impressive body Jennifer Lopez showed off on Britain’s Got Talent is apparently a result of the 5:2 diet. Well, if it’s good enough for J-Lo…
We often find ourselves spending far too long on Instagram looking at Miranda Kerr’s body pictures. As well as yoga, the Australian model is believed to follow an intermittent fasting regime.
How is Benedict Cumberbatch staying in shape for his role as Sherlock? “I’m on the 5:2 diet”, he told Caitlin Moran for The Times.