Masterchef presenter and food critic Greg Wallace appeared on Good Morning Britain to talk about his incredible weight loss and how he achieved it.

After Christmas dinner, many people will be looking for ways to lose weight over the next few weeks and Greg was full of brilliant advice to help people lose weight.

The 57-year-old appeared on the ITV show on Wednesday (January 5th), told GMB presenters Susanna Reid and Richard Bacon that he was never a fan of diets as they made him hungry.

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However, Greg, who lost four pounds himself, revealed that there were three behaviors that anyone could reduce in order to lose weight.

Oddly enough, Gregg referred to the behaviors as the “four horsemen of the apocalypse” when there were only three.

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According to the presenter, who grew up in Peckham, people should forego “schnapps, snacks and snacks”.

Greg’s advice has surely torn the tongue of viewers on social media when one person commented on his four tabs of the apocalypse tips.

“That’s 3 Greg,” they said.

“We’ll spend the rest of the day worrying about what the fourth is…. that should decrease a bit … “

While another person tweeted, “When listening to Greg Wallace, I’ve had problems with food and weight too, you need to sort out your mindset and your relationship with food first.

“I did that, now I lose weight in a controlled and sustainable manner.”

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