Eddie Hall is strongman and TV personality who has won the titles of UK’s Strongest Man and England’s Strongest Man numerous times. The star has recently slimmed down and explained his healthy transformation was due to cutting one thing from his diet. By ditching carbs, Eddie dropped from his starting weight of 31st 7lb by around five stone.
“I’ve always had a good balanced healthy diet just times that by four, so if you have a bowl of porridge I’d have a bucket of porridge and it’s as simple as that.
“I eat it quite easily, being a big guy I can eat a lot so I need to feed the body.”
After winning the title in 2017, the athlete became concerned about his health and decided to slim down.
He said: “When I won the world’s strongest man at 29, I was 31st 7lb, that’s what I had to be the strongest man on the planet.
“I had a few health implications, working with blood doctors and nutritionists I got a bit worried.”
Eddie cut back on carbs in a bid to shape up and managed to drop around five stone by ditching the food group.
“I need to now take a step back and look after my health,” he told Express.co.uk.
“I cut my carbs out and over the last two years I lost a total of 30kg, or five stone, and I feel a lot better for it and am enjoying my life better for it.”
Speaking of what carbs should be cut, he said: “Crisps and chocolate. Now I tend to stick to the basics, potatoes, rice, pasta, stuff like that, good quality fruits.”
Since taking a step back from his career as a strongman, Eddie has taken on different challenges which have been documented on the small screen.
He is back on screen for Eddie Eats America, which airs on Dave tonight. The show will see himl travel around America to take part in some of the biggest and best eating challenges in the US.
Eddie will also show off his strength tonight in Strongest Man in History which will air on History. The athlete will join other strongmen as they attempt famous feats of strength to separate the myths from the truth.