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Adele's Weight-Loss Strategy: Going Vegetarian

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British songstress Adele has never been one to shun her curves. When designer Karl Lagerfeld said she was “a little too fat” earlier this year, she fired back, saying, “I’ve never wanted to look like models on the cover of magazines. I represent the majority of women and I’m very proud of that.”

Nevertheless, she debuted a dramatically slimmer figure at the Grammys, and now her weight loss secret has been revealed.

According to the Mirror, a healthy combination of exercise and a vegetarian diet led to her new look. The Mirror reports that Adele has lost about a “stone” (14 pounds), and that her boyfriend is also on the regime.

The lifestyle changes are part of Adele’s plan to improve her overall health; she started losing the weight before having throat surgery, and has given up smoking as well.

The article quotes a friend of the couple who said, “The weight is dropping off the pair of them and they plan to keep dieting until the end of April.”

No word on whether this means she’ll go back to eating meat in a month. We hope not — stick with those healthy changes Adele! You look great!

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