Adele’s diet slammed by Clean Eating Alice after trainer revealed 1000 calorie and green juice weight loss secrets – The Sun
17th January 2020
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ADELE's diet has been slammed by Clean Eating Alice after her trainer dished secrets from her 1000 calorie-per-day diet.

The Instagram star kicked off on Twitter after Pilates teacher Camila Goodis, 36, "betrayed" Adele's trust and shared details of her diet on ITV's Lorraine.

Adele's remarkable transformation made headlines on both sides of the pond over Christmas, and 'Brazilian Body Wizard' Camila claimed to have a hand in the Brit singer shedding seven stone.

But Alice Liveing, also known as Clean Eating Alice, says it probably had nothing to do with Camila as she hit out at the LA based trainer for trying to further her own career.

The 26-year-old kicked off with a furious post, telling fans: "For the record, no credible trainer would agree to their client eating only 1000kcals a day

"No credible trainer would suggest green juices to be the elixir of good health … No credible trainer would/should share this confidential info for their own gain."


She also suggested Camila went public without Adele's permission, and said: "I have trained celebrities in my time and when asked in interview about said clients, I have always remained silent because of client confidentiality, their privacy and the fact that that is their information to share, not mine."

And tearing into Camila's technique, she said in a third tweet: "These ‘so called’ celebrity trainers need to realise that putting someone on a 1000 calorie a day diet and an intense workout regime doesn’t make them a good trainer.

"It makes them the instigator of seriously disordered eating habits and the health repercussions that accompany it."

In one final swipe, Alice, who has 50 thousand twitter followers, and 647 thousand Instagram followers, said if she is ever interviewed on Lorraine it will be for her expertise and not connections to a celebrity.

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IF WEIGHTLOSS ISN’T THE GOAL, WHAT CAN YOU FOCUS ON? ⁣ ⁣ As a coach, I truly believe that every goal should be valid, if the person making that decision comes to it from an informed place. ⁣ ⁣ That being said, it does make me happy to see so many more people embracing exercise for the positive physical and mental benefits it brings over simply using it to make themselves smaller. Whilst exercise’s sole purpose used to be seen as a weight loss tool, many people are now drawing the focus away from aesthetic goals and instead are motivated to exercise because it makes them feel good and they can challenge their body. ⁣ ⁣ So what are some other goals that you can focus on, if weight loss isn’t the goal? ⁣ ⁣ 1️⃣ Getting stronger. It’s no secret that feeling physically stronger is an empowering thing. Applying a progressive overload, seeing your numbers go up, and improving each week is the perfect motivation to stick with it! ⁣ ⁣ 2️⃣ Adding more reps and sets. It’s not always about improving numbers. Strength gains take time and adding even an extra rep or set is a positive step! ⁣ ⁣ 3️⃣ Improving mobility. Increasing range of movement, feeling more mobile and feeling the benefits in daily life! ⁣ ⁣ 4️⃣ Feeling fitter. Whether it’s choosing to take the stairs and not struggling, feeling energised each morning, running further or faster, the feeling of increased physical fitness is such an important motivation to get active. ⁣ ⁣ 5️⃣ Mental health benefits. Exercise has been linked to improved mental wellbeing time and time again. I personally find my leading motivation to exercise comes from how much it improves my mental health. It doesn’t have to be hitting the gym, even 10-20 minutes of movement each day can have an impact. ⁣ ⁣ 6️⃣ Community! I honestly love the social aspect of exercise. Whether it’s meeting people in classes, seeing friendly faces in the gym or Park Runs, it’s such a great way to socialise and meet new people. ⁣ Tag anyone below who might find this useful 💛

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IF WEIGHTLOSS ISN’T THE GOAL, WHAT CAN YOU FOCUS ON? ⁣ ⁣ As a coach, I truly believe that every goal should be valid, if the person making that decision comes to it from an informed place. ⁣ ⁣ That being said, it does make me happy to see so many more people embracing exercise for the positive physical and mental benefits it brings over simply using it to make themselves smaller. Whilst exercise’s sole purpose used to be seen as a weight loss tool, many people are now drawing the focus away from aesthetic goals and instead are motivated to exercise because it makes them feel good and they can challenge their body. ⁣ ⁣ So what are some other goals that you can focus on, if weight loss isn’t the goal? ⁣ ⁣ 1️⃣ Getting stronger. It’s no secret that feeling physically stronger is an empowering thing. Applying a progressive overload, seeing your numbers go up, and improving each week is the perfect motivation to stick with it! ⁣ ⁣ 2️⃣ Adding more reps and sets. It’s not always about improving numbers. Strength gains take time and adding even an extra rep or set is a positive step! ⁣ ⁣ 3️⃣ Improving mobility. Increasing range of movement, feeling more mobile and feeling the benefits in daily life! ⁣ ⁣ 4️⃣ Feeling fitter. Whether it’s choosing to take the stairs and not struggling, feeling energised each morning, running further or faster, the feeling of increased physical fitness is such an important motivation to get active. ⁣ ⁣ 5️⃣ Mental health benefits. Exercise has been linked to improved mental wellbeing time and time again. I personally find my leading motivation to exercise comes from how much it improves my mental health. It doesn’t have to be hitting the gym, even 10-20 minutes of movement each day can have an impact. ⁣ ⁣ 6️⃣ Community! I honestly love the social aspect of exercise. Whether it’s meeting people in classes, seeing friendly faces in the gym or Park Runs, it’s such a great way to socialise and meet new people. ⁣ Tag anyone below who might find this useful 💛

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She concluded her rant: "I’m not going to get on to Lorraine riding on the coat tails of a celebrity client. If I ever do get on TV it will be because I am a credible trainer in my own right and I don’t need to compromise their privacy to further my career."

Adele has been trying out The Sirtfood Diet, which encourages slimmers to eat plant foods such as kale and buckweat.

These foods, known as sirtuin activators, suppress appetite and activate the body's "skinny gene".

Sirtuin activators are also believed to protect cells in the body from dying under stress and meant to regulate inflammation, metabolism and the ageing process.

The Sirtfood diet allows slimmers to eat dark chocolate and drink red wine, as they are high in sirtuins.

The Sun revealed earlier this year that the hitmaker has taken up reformer pilates with pal Ayda Field, with Camila training the pair at Ayda's home.

Adele has increasingly been training at home following her high-profile split from husband Simon Konecki, 45, in April 2019.

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