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Susanna Reid reveals the diet and exercise secrets that help her maintain her figure

Prima logo Prima 02/10/2017 Francesca Rice

Susanna Reid reveals the diet and exercise secrets that help her maintain her figure © David M. Benett / Contributor / Getty Susanna Reid reveals the diet and exercise secrets that help her maintain her figure Susanna Reid has opened up about the exercise and diet secrets that help her maintain her fabulous figure – including the genius way she stops herself from snacking on sugary treats after a hectic morning in the Good Morning Britain studios.

Speaking in the November issue of Prima, the 46-year-old revealed that she loves to keep fit and healthy through a varied workout routine.

'I like to keep my fitness levels high,' she told us. 'But I'm not committed to one form of exercise.'

'Sometimes I'm a Zumba fiend, other times I've been passionate about running. I've done two marathons, two Great North Runs and countless 10k runs and, when I'm in that zone, I'm a zealot.

'At the moment, though, I can't even imagine putting on a pair of running shoes.'

Giving us an insight into her current gym routine, she added: 'Just doing a bit of weights, bike and rowing machine at the gym works fine for me right now.'

Chatting about her diet, Susanna revealed that she strives to eat healthily – and has developed a clever way to resist snacks...

© Provided by National magazine company ltd (Hearst UK) 'I try to eat well, although it would be easy not to,' she said. '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.'

Susanna also added that she has been meat-free since she was 13 – and only started eating fish when she fell pregnant with her eldest child.

Describing herself as 'happily single' following her split from her long-term partner and the father of her two sons, Dominic Cotton, in 2014, Susanna arevealed that she's open to meeting someone new in the future, but that her children are her priority right now.

'I'm happily single at the moment,' she said. 'And although I wouldn't be averse to meeting someone new, I'm also aware that you can't play fast and loose with your children.

'Mine still need me a lot and and so I'm not sure I'd want all the distractions that come with a new relationship.

As for the main man in her life right now, GMB co-presenter Piers Morgan, Susanna revealed that the chemistry between them was undeniable from the start...

'The chemistry between me and Piers was instant,' she said.

'He's the most annoying man I've ever met but I find working with him exhilarating.

'Yes, he drives me nuts, but he also makes me laugh – and when the chips are down, and there's a big news story breaking or we're doing a controversial interview with a politician, I trust him.'

© Provided by National magazine company ltd (Hearst UK) Read the full interview with Susanna in the November 2017 issue of Prima, out now.

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