Jonathan Ross: The Masked Singer panellist credits 2st weight loss to ‘easy’ diet plan

Jonathan Ross sits on The Masked Singer panel alongside Davina McCall, Rita Ora and Ken Jeong. Each week the panel sees five mystery celebrities battling it out in the singing competition wearing comical costumes and masks.

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Jonathan is an English television and radio presenter, film critic, actor and comedian best known for presenting the BBC One chat show, Friday Night with Jonathan Ross during 2001 and 2010 and The Jonathan Ross Show since 2011.

Recently, the comedian has shown off a much slimmer physique. He credited his weight loss to an “easy” diet plan. What plan did he use?

Previously it was revealed that Jonathan followed the highly popular keto diet plan to trim down.

The dad-of-three revealed that he followed the plan to shed two stone during an appearance on Alan Carr’s Chatty Man.

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Speaking in 2015, Ross said he cut out sugar and carbs in a bid to slim down.

He said: “My wife wanted to go on an eating plan so you can actually maintain it, but also really enjoy food.”

Rather than paying an expensive nutritionist, Ross revealed he surfed the internet for diet inspiration.

It was then he discovered the keto diet – popular with many weight loss devotees online.

He said: “A lot of them [Reddit users] were talking about a diet called Keto. It’s a bit like Atkins but more scientific.

“It’s mostly meat and fish, lots of egg and cheese. You have a lot of cauliflower.

“There is a lot of work involved so I watch them working quite hard in the kitchen and eat everything they’ve made.

“You can have a Nando’s but you can’t have any chips. I’m eating loads of food but I lost like a stone-and-a-half.”

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What is the keto diet?

The keto diet pushes the body to burn fat by putting it into a metabolic state known as ketosis.

This is when the body burns fat for energy instead of carbohydrates.

Key foods on the plan include meat, fish, eggs, vegetables and natural oils.

Is the keto diet plan safe? 

Although the Keto diet has a mass following of weight loss devotees and celebrities alike, many nutritionist experts have previously flagged some concerns with the diet plan. 

Leading nutritionists, Fleur Wildman, told Express.co.uk that if slimmers are looking for a longterm weight loss solution, the keto diet is not it. 

Fleur revealed that there are some weight loss benefit to the diet plan, however, longterm these were limited.

She said: “The keto or ketogenic diet is mostly popular because it allows you to lose a significant amount of weight in an easy and short space of time. 

“Typically, a low-calorie diet can have small but significant impacts on weight loss compared to a low-fat diet. 

“However it is important to remember that once you lose weight, you can’t jump back to your old fatty diet as you will see the weight just pile on again.

“This is why the keto diet is unsustainable in the long term,” she explained.

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