As Sir Cliff Richard celebrates his 65th anniversary in the music industry, he has revealed 10 foods he can’t eat because of his strict diet.
Despite the inevitability of ever-changing tastes and trends, the veteran star has enjoyed consistent success every decade since the release of his debut single Move It in 1958.
Sircliffe, now 82 years old and currently pushing the release of his 159th UK single, cites a frugal approach to food as a key factor in his longevity.
Opening Remarks: Sir Cliff Richard talks to Boom Radio about 10 foods he can’t eat due to strict diets as the music industry celebrates its 65th anniversary.
Discussing her Christmas diet on Boom Radio, the singer revealed that she adheres to the blood type diet, an approach that recommends different meal plans depending on blood type.
“There are 10 [I can’t have]”I can’t eat dairy or wheat. No red meat. No shellfish. No mangoes, papaya, bananas. No potatoes, no tomatoes. is not.
“And you know, when you look at the list of foods that exist, it’s not that hard to give up 10 of them.”
“Tomatoes are probably what I miss the most, as I have had some of the wonderful curries made with tomato puree.
Icon: Despite the inevitability of ever-changing tastes and trends, the veteran star has enjoyed consistent success every decade since the release of his debut single, Move It, in 1958.
Let’s talk: Lord Cliff, who is now 82 years old and currently touting the release of his 159th UK single, credits his frugal approach to diet as a key factor in his longevity.
“You have to be careful when choosing Indian food.
“But if I do have a feast, it’s steak about four times a year. That’s all. But I look forward to the day. You’ve got to plan your sins.”
“So when I got back to Florida, I know I’ve already told people, they say, where do you want to go and eat? I want to eat.And you look forward to it.And you know what, it doesn’t make me sick.When I wake up the next day, I’m back to my old regime.
Rigorous: Discussing her Christmas diet, the singer revealed she adheres to the Blood Type Diet, an approach that recommends different meal plans depending on blood type
The singer credits a disciplined diet with helping her maintain her youthful vigor as she promotes her new single Heart Of Christmas and its accompanying album, Christmas With Cliff.
He said: “I am doing the right thing. I also take 8 vitamins every day and 10 every other day. I tell people one or two of them keep me alive.” continue.
The new album, released on November 25th, is his first in nearly two decades, and Sir Cliff admits he wasn’t too encouraged to return to the recording studio.
Appearing on Sky’s Chris Evans Breakfast Show on Monday, he said, “The record company asked me to do a Christmas album. ‘And I thought, ‘Well, I haven’t done it in years.'” I didn’t know it was nearly 20 years ago.
Disciplined: Sir Cliff attributes his diet to a particular regime of eating special diets, and says he deprives himself of things he loves to stay in shape.
“Next year will be my 65th year.”
Sir Cliff attributes his diet to a particular regime of eating a special diet, and says he deprives himself of the things he loves to stay in shape.
“This is not a diet,” Sir Cliff said.
He said: “I have to give up certain things I used to like, but there are so many vegetables and different things I can eat.
Christmas With Cliff is the Legend’s first album dedicated to Christmas in 19 years and the first in his 80-year career to be published in charted ‘magazine format’.
Featuring all 13 CDs and a 20-page magazine dedicated to albums and Cliff’s love of Christmas, this unique chart-eligible format will be the first since CDs were phased out in July 2021. Bring back albums to supermarket shelves.
What a guy! Sir Cliff considers his diet to be in a particular regime of eating a special diet, saying he deprives himself of his favorite things to maintain his figure ( 60’s photo).
Special: Sir Cliff appears on BBC Two and iPlayer during the Cliff at Christmas holiday season.