Sam Smith has had an amazing year with huge success and plenty of awards to line his mantle. His recent posts on instagram show his shape changing weight loss, revealing a more angular face, and a happier appearance. Sam had this to say …
it’s “not even about the weight loss, it’s about feeling happy in yourself
Smith didn’t do it alone. He credits a Book called, “Eat. Nourish. Glow.” This book outlines 10 rules of eating healthy and being fit. While the food intake was a huge portion of his success, he’s also been killing it at the gym as well.
Sam Smith’s Weight Loss
* The results may vary from person to person
“Three weeks ago I met a woman who has completely changed my life,” Smith wrote. “Amelia Freer has helped me lose over a stone* in 2 weeks and has completely transformed my relationship with food. Everyone go check out her incredible book, and start to live healthy. It’s not even about weight loss it’s about feeling happy in yourself. Love you Amelia & thank you for making me feel so happy inside and out @ameliafreer #eatnourishglow”(source).
You might say that Sam looks a bit like a younger Boy George in these pictures. Their features aren’t the only thing they share, Boy George also credits Amelia for changing his perception of food.
* Results may vary from person to person
“Amelia has proved to me how powerful and important food is … Amelia changed my relationship with food …”
While you may have to buy the book online to get the all the inside info. From what I read online, it seems this “diet” is actually more of a “clean eating” guide. However, Amelia does do one major thing we agree with, she removes wheat. Much like me, she preaches that wheat is a “daemon.” From what I gather Amelia is actually doing a similar version of the paleo diet. Here’s a brief video and a link to her blog where she talks about the essentials of this diet routine.
If you’ve read her book we’d we’d love to hear your feed back! Sam Smith’s weight loss has inspired us all to dig deep and eat foods that benefit our bodies instead of merely filling us up.