Tom Kerridge is a Michelin-starred chef who has made a name for himself appearing on shows including The Great British Menu, Masterchef and Saturday Kitchen. In recent years, the cook has turned heads by losing a jaw-dropping 12st and went on to front the BBC series How To Lose Weight For Good. He has brought out a number of cook books focusing on his diet, including Lose Weight For Good, Lose Weight and Get Fit and Tom Kerridge’s Fresh Start. When slimming, the chef credited his transformation to the low-carb and high-protein dopamine diet.
What did he eat?
Dropping down from 30st, Tom combined a number of slimming techniques to help him shape up.
He opened up about his weight loss journey and revealed cutting out alcohol helped him start his journey.
However, he made the biggest change in his diet when he began to follow the dopamine diet.
When speaking about his diet, the chef explained what foods he was allowed to eat on the plan.
The dopamine diet plan focuses on having foods which are though to boost dopamine.
These include dairy, meats, fish, eggs, nuts, fruits and vegetables.
While doing this, dieters are encouraged to cut back on carbs, in particular restricting an starchy carbohydrates.
On the dopamine diet, slimmers should avoid alcohol, caffeine and anything containing processed sugar.
As well as changing his regular diet plan, Tom tried to fix a few bad habits in his lifestyle.