Weight loss: EastEnders star Natalie Cassidy slimmed down by making simple change

They said: “Losing weight requires you to burn more calories than you consume, and exercise can help you do so.

“Running is a great option, as it burns more calories than most other types of exercise because it requires many different muscles to work hard together.”

Since completing the marathon, Natalie has shared updates of her enjoying long runs and it appears to be a hobby she has stuck to.

Her slimmer frame would suggest the soap star fuelled her intensive workouts with a healthy diet plan.



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Natalie Cassidy has been a regular feature on British television for many years. Fans are likely to have noticed her changing shape over the years.

Natalie Cassidy exercise plan

Natalie ran 18 miles a day as preparation for the marathon.

Natalie still runs, posting on Twitter recently: “On gloomy days like this running will make you feel so much better…!”

Natalie is not the only soap star to have lost a lot of weight in recent years.

“At its worst I used to drink two two-litre bottles of Coke a day. I know now how much sugar is in it.

“But, when you are addicted, you don’t realise how much you are getting through. In the end, it was my dad who pointed it out.”

This amounted to a whopping 800 extra calories a day.

That is enough to cause anyone to put on extra weight.



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This includes his journalism in various documentaries. Ross won a BAFTA for his series Ross Kemp on Gangs. Born in Essex, he went into acting after leaving school, first appearing at the Palace Theatre in Westcliff-on-Sea and in training films for the Ministry of Defence.

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Ross Kemp has been married. He married former editor of The Sun, Rebekah Brooks, then Rebekah Wade.

Brooks is now a CEO of News UK, and is married to racehorse trainer and author Charlie Brooks.

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He is now married to Australian Renee O’Brien, who he wed in 2010. They have three children.

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His salary is between £200,000-£249,999.

He plays  the role of Mick Carter in BBC soap EastEnders.

He joined the drama in 2013, and the character is the landlord on the Old Vic pub.



Weight loss: EastEnders star Natalie Cassidy lost three stone by making one change

Natalie Cassidy, 37, first appeared on the small screen in 1993 when she landed a role in BBC’s EastEnders. She has shown off her slimming frame and credited a change to her diet and exercise plan for the transformation.

The mother-of-two took on the challenge in honour of her former co-star, Barbara Windsor, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2014.

She finished the marathon in an impressive five hours and 27 minutes and documented her training in the run up to the race.

Posting on Twitter, Natalie explained she ran 18 miles in just one day as preparation.

Running can burn around 600 to 800 calories per hour which means her intensive training routine is sure to have helped her lose a few pounds.

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Since the marathon, it seems Natalie has kept up the healthy habit and recently posted about her love for running.

A post on Twitter said: “On gloomy days like this running will make you feel so much better…!”

As well as regular exercise, Natalie is sure to have fuelled her training with a healthy diet.

In 2018, she told Now magazine: “After playing Sonia in EastEnders for 12 years, I thought it’d be good to change my image.

She told Heat magazine: “I really wasn’t well. I was bordering on having an eating disorder.

“There were nights I would go out for dinner and then I’d go home and take laxatives because I didn’t want the food inside me.”

Despite struggling with her weight in the past, she has since overcome this to develop a healthy lifestyle.

Additional information and support on eating disorders can be found on the NHS website or at B-eat.



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Jessie also enlisted a personal trainer, following a fitness plan.

She did three hour and a half work outs per week.

She told the Mirror: “I go to the gym three times a week and do half an hour on the running machine, interval training.

“And then I work on my arms, my legs, my a***, my tummy, every part of the body, doing weight machines. And then on the days when I’m not in the gym, I just go for a really long run.

“And every night in front of the telly, religiously, I do 300 stomach crunches.”