Drew Carey’s Fast Fat Loss
Another Celebrity Loses a Lot of Fat Fast
Comedian Drew Carey had an amazing weight loss of 80 lbs and dropped to a 33 pants size. And what’s more, he’s no longer a diabetic thanks to the new weight loss diet plan he started back in January. After being diagnosed with Type II diabetes and sick of always looking fat on camera, the 44- waist- size actor felt he had to turn to a healthier lifestyle and start getting on a weight loss program.
“It sucks being fat. I was sick of being fat on the camera. Really, I just got sick of it. Once I started to lose weight again, like once I started dropping a couple pant sizes, then it was easy ’cause once you see the results, then you don’t wanna stop,” says Drew Carey.
The 52-year-old actor started his weight loss program by removing all carbs from his weight loss diet plan and drinking a lot of water, and nothing else but water.
“I have cheated on my weight loss diet plan a couple times, but basically no carbs, not even a cracker. No bread at all. No pizza, nothing. No corn, no beans, no starches of any kind.”
Drew Carey’s weight loss diet plan includes egg whites or a Greek yogurt for breakfast and at dinner time he eats grilled chicken and steamed vegetables. If he feels like he needs a snack, he just eats fruits.
Drew Carey loves his thinner body so much that he’s motivated to keep going and lose another 10lbs. In fact, he’s already started another weight loss goal, after already slimming down from a heavy 262 pounds to a happy 185 pounds. He’s now planning to lose weight, about 15 more pounds until October 31st and reach his target weight loss goal of 170 pounds.
Drew Carey has managed to lose weight – 10 inches from his waist thanks to a healthier lifestyle. He’s now in control of his diet plan, eats good food, does fitness exercises almost every day and drinks plenty of water to help him achieve his weight loss goal. Although this weight loss diet plan change was extreme, considering the 52-year-old’s breakfast consisted of pancakes, sausage, cheese sandwich, egg, and a couple of coffee cups with eight packs of sugar, Carey says that eating healthier is a lot easier.
“The hardest diet plan I was ever on was the one when I was fat,” he admits. “You can only wear fat clothes, you don’t feel good, your sex life gets damaged, you don’t have energy for anything. It’s horrible.”
Drew Carey decided it was time to lose weight when he realized he’s fat enough to die from a heart attack before hitting 60.
“I always thought I was going to die before I was 60,” he confessed. “My father died of a heart attack in his 40s. I’m not an idiot. The writing was on the wall.”
So that’s when Drew Carey took the initiative to undergo a weight loss program and got in touch with Marc Vahanian, his former fitness trainer from after his surgery back in 2001.
He wrote to him: “Are you still in the lifesaving business? Because I need to have my life saved.”
Drew Carey started with a detox diet plan that lasted two weeks which included weight loss foods such as vegetables, lean protein, fruits, vitamins and diet supplements, as well as 64 ounces of water every day. Want to know more about the detox diet plan? Read more at http://mydetoxfood.com.
Scrambled egg whites with a side of fruit
Turkey burger (no cheese), green salad with balsamic vinegar, steamed broccoli
Grilled chicken breast, steamed green vegetable, green salad with balsamic vinegar
An apple, a handful of grapes, or a sugar-free popsicle
Drew Carey’s Fitness Exercise Program
Drew Carey began a six days a week fitness exercise program, about 45 minutes to 60 minutes a day. He starts his fitness exercise program with 30 minutes of light fitness exercise then progressed over the next six months to 45 to 60 minutes of daily aerobic fitness exercise activity on a treadmill exercise equipment or an elliptical exercise equipment, his current fitness exercise program. After a few rough weeks, Drew Carey got inspired, both by his rapid weight loss and by the increase in compliments.
In March, he broke the 250-pound barrier. To celebrate reaching this first milestone in his weight loss program, he went to Neiman Marcus and asked a personal shopper to pick out clothes, a ritual he repeated when his waist shrank to 42 inches and then to 40. He especially relishes the memory of the day he passed the 38-inch mark. “That was a big deal, because it’s the cutoff size at many stores.”
Soon Drew Carey was looking forward to his morning fitness exercise program, something he attributes to his renewed energy and keeping his eyes firmly fixed on the future. “When I was doing my fitness exercise program, instead of being like, ‘I’m so tired,’ I thought, I’m going to do a 10K run, and this is how I’m going to feel at mile three and mile four,” he recalls. “I could see myself in the clothes; I could feel the breeze. That way, I wasn’t just on a treadmill exercise equipment going nowhere. I had a weight loss goal in mind.”
Drew Carey’s weight loss was at the rate of about three pounds a week. Finally, on Aug. 15, he tweeted from the finish line of a race: “Just ran my first 10K in almost 25 years. Sub-60. Then I had my first ice cream since January.”
The Price is Right host says that he is now planning to make healthy living a part of his job.