Science

Stavros Flatley's Demi Lost Three Stones After He Stopped Eating This

By Jose Paolo Calcetas , Feb 01, 2017 05:43 AM EST
Close

Stavros Flatley’s Demi, 49, has created a recent buzz around health and fitness circles in Great Britain and all over the world. Recently, he has reported to have lost three stones after he joined ITV’s newest reality TV show, Sugar Free Farm. He has discovered his recovery after his belly was examined by an MRI Scan. Doctors even concluded that his condition would have been fatal.

Demi said that the show has been instrumental in the overall wellness he enjoys today. Aside from losing a tremendous amount of weight, Demi has also lost his three stones. Moreover, Demi’s stomach fat has put him at risk of obtaining a heart attack.

The duo became a household name because of their cuddly bodies and happy-go-lucky attitudes. They have earned fans not only in their country but in other territories as well. However, they were forced to lose weight due to their health.

Mail Online reported that the father-and-son dance act appeared on Britain's Got Talent in 2009. They wowed and made audiences laugh with their bellies during their unique Greek-meets-Irish jig routine. However, Demi, revealed how his weight was putting him at risk of several illnesses like stroke, high blood pressure and heart disease.

According to The Sun, Sugar Free Farm is a new reality show which featured Stavros Flatley together with other celebrities who worked as farmers who surrendered eating sugar under the guidance of nutritionist Hala El-Shafie. Demi has also admitted that their tandem signed up because they wanted to be seen on primetime television and not solely to improve their diets. In a series of tests, Demi was able to see how his sedentary lifestyle has greatly affected his body.

Sugar is one of the most indispensable ingredients at home. It has been associated as a primary cause of obesity and rise of blood sugar. A recent study claims that the sugar industry has paid several scientists to downplay the role of sugar in increasing risks of heart diseases.

© 2020 ITECHPOST, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.
Real Time Analytics