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Martine McCutcheon keeps up her health kick even with the stress of moving house
Martine McCutcheon continues to ooze radiance and her latest social media snaps prove she is sticking to her health kick even amid a house move.The 46-year-old, who played Tiffany Mitchell in EastEnders and Natalie in Love Actually, showed off the results of her recent weight loss with a sizzling Instagram snap last month and continues to stick to her regime.On Thursday (June 23), Martine posted a series of pictures from her new garden after moving home and posted on her Instagram story with a caption, saying: "We have got our own home! I'm very excited, I'm mooching in our new garden."READ NEXT: Amanda Holden accidentally flashes knickers in awkward wardrobe blunderThis was followed by a four-picture slide of her arranging some flowers and she was grinning from ear to ear.In February, she revealed it has taken her "such a long time to do what works for [her]" as she opened up about her health and staying in shape.In an interview with OK! magazine, the Love Actually star noted that she didn't like to discuss her weight, but told how she stays in shape by following the 80/20 rule diet.The 80/20 diet advises that followers should eat healthy meals 80 per cent of the time, with less nutritious options permitted for the other 20 per cent of the time.For more of the latest showbiz news from the Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Martine said at the time: “I think it takes a long time to work out what your own recipe is.“It's taken me such a long time to look through all the stuff that's out there, and do just what works for me.“So it's not as simple as just going on a crazy diet.
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'Taken a long time' Martine McCutcheon admits her diet helps her cope with health battle
EastEnders actress, 45, had an honest chat with OK! Magazine about how she copes with her fibromyalgia diagnosis. In the interview, she spoke about how she preferred not to discuss her weight but did reveal that the 80/20 rule diet is the diet which “works for me”.The Love Actually star also shared that a cold shower helps ease her fibromyalgia symptoms.The busy mum-of-one has recently turned her hand to modelling, after being signed to Elite model agency.The agency has also represented modelling icons such as Naomi Campbell and Cindy Crawford.She posed for photographs during a photoshoot with the magazine and looked incredible.Madonna, 63, spreads her legs in latest risqué snapsWhen it comes to finding the right diet, this isn’t something that has always been easy for The Masked Singer star.However, the star highlighted the importance of just being “the best version” of herself.She said: “I think it takes a long time to work out what your own recipe is."It's taken me such a long time to look through all the stuff that's out there, and do just what works for me."So it's not as simple as just going on a crazy diet."I just feel it's really important to encourage women to just be the best version of themselves.”Giving more details about her diet, she added: “The 80/20 rule is what works for me.
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'Had no idea' Martine McCutcheon shares health battle as she urges fans to get tested
Former EastEnders actress Martine McCutcheon has admitted she was surprised to discover her family’s history with raised cholesterol.The star went on to explain how these health struggles had led to one member of her family having surgery as a result.Martine, 45, has recently committed to regularly getting her cholesterol levels tested, and has stressed the importance of doing so to her fans. Speaking about health issues in her own family, she said: “I was really shocked when I found out that we had a family history of raised cholesterol because I didn’t think something like that would affect us.”The Love Actually actress went on to reveal that the health issue had led to her grandmother needing a serious operation."My nan needed an operation on her heart because of the complications it caused, which has caused me to be aware,” she admitted to the Daily Star yesterday.“So, being part of this campaign is close to my heart and I’d urge everyone to get their cholesterol tested, to prevent more serious health complications.“It’s quick and easy to get a test, you can pop into your local pharmacy or book an appointment with your GP.”Last year, the Masked Singer star spoke to Express.co.uk about her grandmother’s operation. She explained: “My nan had high cholesterol.
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