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Simon Cowell ‘thinner than ever’ after ditching red meat – but still likes a beer

Simon Cowell has revealed that his weightloss has not been down to a vegan diet but just the reduction of sugar and cutting out red meat.

Simon Cowell has championed his new figure and said it has been achieved by cutting out red meat and sugar.

The 60-year-old music mogul had reportedly turned to a vegan diet in order to get into shape but has said that “white meat is fine” in his pursuit of a healthier lifestyle. 

The X Factor’s top dog has lost four inches off his waist and has been showing off his new slimline figure during a Christmas break to Barbados.

He was joined by girlfriend Lauren Silverman, 42, and his five-year-old son Eric as he revelled in the fact that he could still enjoy his favourite beer – Corona Premium Light – as it fits in his new regime.

 

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