Katie McGlynn lost a stone by following 'simple' diet plan – 'I won't stop!' – Express

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Former Coronation Street star, Katie McGlynn has lost a noticeable amount of weight since she left the ITV soap and it’s all down to her new exercise regime and diet plan. She explained the latter is very “simple” to follow.
Continuing to show off her incredible physique on her Instagram account, fans wondered what she did to achieve her results.
And the actress revealed her secrets to her new look revealing she began a 12-week programme at the Ultimate Performance Gym in Manchester, which saw her tone up and slim down considerably.
“I’ve trained hard, I’ve been lifting weights and eating the right food,” she beamed.
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“I’m more confident than I’ve ever been and I have much more energy.
“I was there three times a week with a personal trainer, but it was simple to follow the diet.”
She went on to detail the kind of food she eats in order to maintain her slimmer figure.
She explained: “There were no shakes, or packets of this or that.
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“Just good fats, like salmon, eggs and nut butter. I don’t eat red meat, and I’ve been having oats at night because they help me sleep.
“After my programme is finished, I won’t stop. I’m going to carry on with it, because I have a taste for fitness now.”
Katie bid farewell to the cobbles in 2019 after seven years, when her character Sinead Tinker sadly passed away from cancer.
And the harrowing storyline caused her to snack a lot at work and she soon realised she was buying clothes two sizes bigger than usual.
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“It was such a sad story to be taking part in,” she told Closer. “I was crying in nearly every scene, and quite often I’d eat cake to cheer me up.
“I was snacking on biscuits in the green room, or eating flapjacks made by the crew when I was exhausted.”
Katie admitted she was “eating so much sugar” in between scenes, and was having a lot of diet fizzy drinks.
“I was usually between a size eight to 10 when ordering clothes, but I was creeping up to a size 12, which isn’t bad at all – but it was bigger than I usually am,” she said.Celebrity weight loss transformations “I wasn’t fuelling myself properly and I’d put on over a stone.”
Giving all her attention to her incredible last portrayal of Sinead, she wasn’t thinking about her nutrition.
Katie explained: “The emotion involved in Sinead dying meant I was just grabbing food and not really thinking about good nutrition.”
The TV star admitted that as her on-screen alter-ego’s storyline progressed, she was still “mourning” her and couldn’t find the time to cook healthy meals.
But now, she’s feeling “more confident than ever” after overhauling her lifestyle and finding a new passion in fitness and nutrition.
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