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Diet secrets from our favourite daytime TV stars

Prima (UK) Logo By Francesca Rice of Prima (UK) | Slide 1 of 11: ''I try to eat well, although it would be easy not to. The tiredness you experience from the early starts on Good Morning Britain makes you crave sugary carbs, and you could make the mistake of constant snacking. 'When I go home, I could say, "I'm starving!" and eat half a packet of Rich Teas. Instead, I toast a bit of rye bread and have it with poached egg and avocado. Then I'll stop; the danger is that, once I start, I could just keep going.' – speaking to Prima in 2017

From quick tricks to long-term solutions... If you've ever wondered how some of your favourite daytime celebrities manage to keep fit and healthy – especially when they're dealing with early starts and hectic schedules – then listen up, because we've rounded up what some of the UK's biggest TV stars have revealed about their diet regimes. From celebrities who've shed multiple stone to those who've managed to maintain a healthy weight without ever dieting, here's what works for them...

SUSANNA REID

''I try to eat well, although it would be easy not to. The tiredness you experience from the early starts on Good Morning Britain makes you crave sugary carbs, and you could make the mistake of constant snacking.

'When I go home, I could say, "I'm starving!" and eat half a packet of Rich Teas. Instead, I toast a bit of rye bread and have it with poached egg and avocado. Then I'll stop; the danger is that, once I start, I could just keep going.' – speaking to Prima in 2017.

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