Lauren Goodger is giving her diet an overhaul in a bid to “start feeling good mentally” after months of unhealthy eating, we can reveal.
Taking to Instagram Stories last week, Lauren told followers she’s decided “to do something for myself”, and has started the Francis Diet, which involves controlling calories and following an exercise regime. “Very intense but amazing results,” she said. “This is my time. I’m starting a three-month plan.”
A source close to the former TOWIE star, 36, tells us she wants to take control of her health after relying on fast food and takeaway as she juggles work and being a mum to her 21-month-old daughter Larose.
“For Lauren, it’s not about losing weight or changing her body. She wants to feel good on the inside. When you eat better, you feel better,” the source said.
“She’s so busy being a mum and she’s always on the go. She cooks healthy, homemade meals for Larose, but when it comes to herself, she finds herself ordering takeaways or going to a drive-thru.
“She now has meal preps from Woo’d By Food, which includes things like chicken and rice, and fish and potatoes, and she’ll be doing lots of walking, yoga and stretches.”
This new regime comes after Lauren previously admitted she went “from one extreme to the other” after tragically losing her second daughter Lorena shortly after giving birth last July.
“I was heavily pregnant and wasn’t watching what I ate,” she said in November. “I was ordering takeaways and eating biscuits for breakfast – I’ve never done that, even when I was pregnant with Larose. Then, after what happened, I stopped eating completely.”
Lauren admitted she “lost weight very quickly” after the trauma of losing her daughter, saying, “It was because I felt sick all of the time.”
After recently slipping back into bad habits, our source says Lauren, who last month revealed her plans to undergo a boob and bum reduction, is on a mission to get back to feeling her best.
“She wants to prioritise her health and start taking care of herself,” they explained. “It’s about feeling good mentally, and feeling good for the summer.”
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