Cheryl has unveiled the one particular trick she uses to help her lose weight and achieve her dream figure.
The mum of one, who has son Bear, two, with Liam Payne, hailed the hero product in an interview last month.
Speaking to Dermot O’Leary on Radio 2, the 36-year-old was asked what she drinks to lose excess weight, to which she revealed: “Apple cider vinegar”.
She said it’s also about “consistency” adding: “I used to do things once or twice and forget about it. You've got to do it for a few months before you see results.”
Apple cider vinegar is said to have a number of health benefits and there are claims it also helps with weight loss.
The drink, when mixed with water, is said to increase the feeling of fullness when consumed with a high-carb meal by preventing overeating later in the day.
But, experiments have shown varied results about how effective apple cider vinegar is in helping people lose weight.
Cheryl, who stunned fans as she stepped out in a sheer corset, also has a trainer, Tracy Anderson, and a gruelling workout regime to help her stay in shape.
“It's a workout system where she thinks you should use your tiny muscles rather than your major ones as a woman to lean you rather than bulk you,” she said.
“She uses the heat to tone your skin. It's not hotbox yoga, you sweat – it's the same temperature as hot yoga but its a different method. It's muscular and then cardio.”
The Fight For This Love singer said she also drinks celery juice to keep her healthy.
“The celery juice is very recent for me. It's not my favourite vegetable to be honest, but it's doable,” she said.
“So somebody said I should follow this guy on Instagram, he was getting so many testimonials – he's called the Medical Medium – and he thinks you should drink 16oz (half a litre) of celery juice on an empty stomach in the morning before you have anything else, and it's healing for your organs.”
Celery is said to reduce blood pressure but there is limited research on how effective drinking celery juice is.
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