Discover How Adele’s Doctor Reveals Her Weight Loss Secret.
She has become one of the most famous doctors in the world thanks to the spectacular physical change of the British artist
Dominique Fradin-Read is the doctor who has made Adele lose more than 70 kilos in recent months.
A radical change that, until now, kept millions of people around the world expectant, since no one knew how she had achieved it.
Now, the doctor has revealed what her trick is to lose weight and she has made it clear that it is not about doing sports.
The artist is unrecognizable after undergoing a weight loss process in which her doctor, based in Los Angeles, has had a lot to do with it.
Fradin-Read has shared the secret she uses with all of her clients, insisting that it is not just about exercising, but that the process has a lot to do with mood and mental health.
Dominique Fradin-Read has explained to US Weekly that losing weight is not “only about exercising”, but that sport should be one of the parts of a larger transformation of the lifestyle of the person.
For this reason, she assures that the mental health and well-being of those who want to lose weight are as important as diet and physical exercise.
Adele lost 70 kilos
The doctor notes that “the first thing I say to my patients is that when it comes to weight loss, diet and exercise alone will not be enough in most cases.”
It is one of the reasons that many people suffer the dreaded rebound effect after going on a diet, regaining all the lost weight.
Dr. Fradin-Read emphasizes the importance of studying each patient from a global point of view, not only thinking about losing weight
However, in addition to focusing on weight loss, it must be done in the life of the person in general: “Many patients who come to us tried to lose weight before, but they did not succeed and they regained it, and even more.
For successful and sustainable weight loss, we must look at the whole person and not just tackle the weight separately. ”
So they put each patient through a detailed study: “We look at the metabolic function: Is the patient starting to develop insulin resistance?
We look at hormones, such an important part of menopausal weight gain. We look at levels of thyroid and cortisol.
We take habits into account: why do most of us behave well all day and crash at night? We assess stress and sleep.
We talk about mood and mental health. When all these are addressed items, then we can start a personalized diet … and recommend exercise as needed, then it will work. ”
Fradin-Read does not want to speak explicitly about Adele, as she has “moral and legal obligations to protect the privacy of all patients, both my own and others.
For that reason, I cannot confirm or deny any information, but I do like to speak about my work as a physician and the various treatments, therapies, products, and services that my practice offers, without providing information on specific individuals. ”
Dr. Fradin-Read has a degree in preventive and anti-aging medicine, as well as an undergraduate degree in nutrition.
Part of his success is that when he starts working with a patient, he does it intensively: “I combine all the tools and methods in our therapeutic arsenal, starting with the most natural approaches and lifestyle changes, vitamins/supplements, to recommend peptides, rebalance hormones and finally prescribe medications that are appropriate for each patient. ”
One of the tips she shares with all of her clients is to embrace the Mediterranean diet, as well as the healthy menus suggested by chef Michel Guérard: the goal is to create balanced and personalized meals for each client.
The doctor develops a “visual method to make everyone imagine a plate divided into several parts: green vegetables should occupy approximately two-thirds of the plate, good source protein one third and the last part is reserved for carbohydrates.
AND In addition, you can add healthy fats, such as olive oil, avocado, or nuts. ”
Fradin-Read also emphasizes that “the notion of pleasure in eating is at the basis of a successful long-term diet.”
For this reason, it is important to create a personalized diet for each person and that it is not always the same: “We are all different when it comes to our weight and, therefore, the same diet that works for one person may not work for another; even it could be that it didn’t even work for the same person throughout his life. ”
They first recommend structural lifestyle changes, rebalance hormones, and finally prescribe appropriate medications
A good diet to lose weight, according to Dr. Fradin-Read, would be one composed of foods rich in nutrients, proteins, good carbohydrates, healthy fats, and dairy.
You can even add a glass of wine sometime a week. The goal is for people to feel good about themselves and maintain that commitment throughout their lives.
For this reason, along with her slimming processes, the American doctor also offers an anti-aging and skin rejuvenation program.
She does it through a test to evaluate the DNA of each person that allows “to identify the strengths and weaknesses that the body will have in the future.”
A formula called ‘TruAge’ with which she aims to find biomarkers that allow early detection of various conditions such as cardiovascular diseases, Alzheimer’s, cancer, and others. “