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Adele's healthy weight loss regime

Published 28/11/2015

Adele
Adele

Adele apparently feels a lot healthier and happier now she's lost weight.

Adele reportedly finds diets boring, so is relying on healthy food swaps to keep her weight loss at bay.

The 27-year-old singer has returned to the spotlight with a bang thanks to her third album 25, which boasts hit single Hello. Along with new music Adele has stepped out with a more slim-line appearance, which is apparently down to her choice of foods.

"Adele has lost 21lbs this year," an insider told Britain's Closer magazine. "She gets bored on diets, so instead she's made healthy food swaps such as dark chocolate instead of chocolate biscuits, and fish with sweet potato wedges instead of chips. Typically, she'll have a green juice and scrambled eggs with avocado for breakfast, soup, salad or sushi with a green tea for lunch. Then, for dinner, she has veggie pasta and rice - she won't give up carbs, but controls her portions."

On top of her eating habits Adele is said to be putting a lot of effort into working out. With a busy career alongside looking after her three-year-old son Angelo, who she has with partner Simon Konecki, Adele is said to be fitting in exercising wherever she can.

"She exercises three times a week, doing circuits and running, and she does light weights to help stay toned," the source added. "She feels so much healthier and happier - she's finally confident enough to show off her body."

And that's just what she did earlier in November (15) when she stepped out in a figure-hugging black dress. This new found self-assurance means that Adele is happy to embrace whatever comes her way.

"Adele used to fear live performances or doing chat shows, but now she feels confident enough to tackle it all," the source added.

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