Denise Welch left followers stunned as she posed in a racy bikini on social media.
However, her post’s caption about weight loss surprised some users.
Denise claimed that she has maintained her weight loss for seven years thanks to a weight loss shake.
She attributed her trim figure to Lighter Life. These are meal replacement shakes.
Denise Welch opened up about her weight loss
On their official website, Denise says the shakes have done wonders for her weight loss and self-esteem.
Sharing in view of her some 465,000 Twitter followers, Denise tweeted: “One in 7 deaths in in Europe are caused by obesity & food related illness. Do I promote @lighterlife?
“Yes. I lost 2 stone in 2 months & changed my relationship with food.”
In addition, she said: “Fact: using CBT along with meal replacements @lighterlife is reversing type 2 diabetes.”
Many viewers praised Denise on how well she looks, and her weight loss achievement.
She says she lost two stone in just two months
But others accused her of promoting a potentially dangerous message.
One user praised: “That’s great to hear you’ve done very well losing that much weight and if it helps with your diabetes it’s all good. Denise is looking good she’s done well too.”
In addition, a second user gushed: “Great ambassador for mental health and facts desperately needed & also for being healthier.
“We can all try & help as best we can. Lost a stone in six weeks & my target is a very healthy BMI for November.”
One in 7 deaths in in Europe are caused by obesity & food related illness. Do I promote @lighterlife ? Yes. I lost 2 st in 2 months & changed my relationship with food. Fact: using CBT along with meal replacements @lighterlife is reversing type 2 diabetes. pic.twitter.com/yqMEeNWLv0
— Denise Welch (@RealDeniseWelch) September 3, 2020
However, another user argued: “You are not a trained doctor or had any professional training to be talking about this!
“You are playing a very dangerous game and need to be careful. Someone will end up listening to your celebrity advice and cause themselves more harm than good!”
Meanwhile, another user suggested: “Sorry but you’ve let yourself down promoting this ‘diet’.
“You lost weight by being in a consistent calorie deficit which you can do without having to buy ‘shakes’ and lining the pockets of big wigs in an industry which makes money from people’s insecurities.”
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