CHERYL has revealed the food regimen secrets and techniques which have helped her lose weight.
The singer says she achieves her slim figure by ingesting apple cider vinegar and celery juice each day.
The mum-of-one, who has a son Bear, two, with Liam Payne, hailed the product in an interview final month.
Chatting to Dermot O’Leary on Radio 2, Cheryl, 36, revealed to Dermot that she drinks “Apple cider vinegar” to lose extra weight.
She additionally mentioned it is about ‘consistency’ including: “I used to do issues a couple of times and overlook about it. You’ve received to do it for a couple of months earlier than you see outcomes.”
The pop-star has been eager to present off the outcomes of the food regimen with quite a lot of Instagram posts.
Her newest one she is sporting a white t-shirt tucked right into a pair of denims to present off her tiny waist.
Apple cider vinegar is claimed to have quite a lot of well being advantages and there are claims it additionally helps with weight loss.
The drink, when combined with water, is claimed to improve the sensation of fullness when consumed with a high-carb meal by stopping overeating later within the day.
Cheryl advised The Sun Online solely final month that she has additionally been following US health queen Tracy Anderson’s gruelling exercises.
She mentioned: “I have been doing the Tracy Anderson technique, the place you’re employed your muscle tissues in any respect totally different angles to lean you out fairly than bulk them up.
“You do it in 90 degree heat with humidity, which is supposed to help tone your skin.”
Other celebrities to swear by Tracy’s coaching embrace Kim Kardashian, Madonna, and Gwyneth Paltrow.
Cheryl went on to confess that she struggled to return to her submit child bod after welcoming her first youngster, Bear, with ex Liam in March 2017.
She additionally revealed how she is not in search of a romantic relationship, explaining: “I do not want a relationship, I’m very blissful.
“I’m not courting in the intervening time and I’m not in search of it however that’s ‘at the moment’ – by no means say by no means,” she added.