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Gail Porter loses 1st with diet pills

Gail Porter has lost a stone in weight with the help of diet pills.

The TV presenter, who famously lost all of her hair to alopecia, is now a trim eight stone having embarked on a weight-loss mission using the natural diet aid, the Coventry Telegraph reports.

Her hair has also started to grow back and she now sports a bleach-blonde pixie crop.

“My doctor told me the chance of getting my hair back was virtually nil because I had the worst form of alopecia but now, for no apparent reason, it’s come back,” she told the newspaper.

Gail was naturally blonde before she lost her hair but it has started growing back black, which is why she decided to reach for the peroxide.

Last month, Coronation Street’s Samia Smith showed off her slender figure, which she regained just three months after giving birth, in a skimpy bikini.

She told Closer magazine that she achieved her weight loss through adopting a balanced diet, walking and taking part in Pilates classes.

Which weight loss pills would you recommend?

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15 Jun
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4 thoughts on “Gail Porter loses 1st with diet pills”

  1. Olivia says:

    I would be interested in hearing which diet pills shes used too. I am a bit skeptical about certain pills, I prefer to know someone who has used them with positive results before I try.

  2. Beth says:

    i purchased the Slim bomb after i had heard so many good things about it. It really helped me to lose weight. This is one pill i would recommend to people who need to lose weight.

  3. Hannah says:

    Does anyone know which diet pills she used? I used zotrim once and that was great, i didn’t snack half as much as i do normally!!!

  4. Lorraine says:

    Gail looks gorgeous, i tried the adios pill and it helped me to shift that weight that just would not budge. I’ve kept my figure though by eating healthily and exercising.

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