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Denise Welch divides fans as she promotes weight loss shakes in a bikini

The Loose Women star looks amazing

Denise Welch left followers stunned as she posed in a racy bikini on social media.

The actress turned Loose Women star, 62, looks sensational in a red bikini and espadrilles.

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

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Denise Welch maintained her weight loss  with Lighter Life (Credit: SplashNews.com)

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?

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Denise Welch often wows fans with bikini pics (Credit: SplashNews.com)

“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

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Denise Welch on Loose Women (Credit: ITV)

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.”

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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.”

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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