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Commenting on her regime, Rick Hay, Anti Ageing Food and Fitness Nutritionist: The Super Foodies, said: 'I'm not a fan of not eating before exercise unless you have a specific training goal or sports objective - Binky doesn't need to lose any more weight and I would advise fueling her body before exercise to achieve and maintain healthy outcomes.
“I'm not going away though, u can still follow my personal journey if ya wanna ..
Me having a column could be slightly dangerous I really don't think before I speak and I NEVER think I'm in the wrong.
Bad combo.'Judging by her social media posts, the star follows a healthy diet, including pumpkin patties with aubergine, spinach, avocado and hummus plus sweet potato fries, banana and buckwheat pancakes, and green lentils, kidney beans, tomatoes, tofu and red pepper.
Speaking about Lucy's regime, Noor Al Refae, Sports and Exercise Dietitian and NHS Dietitian, said: 'Having cheat days are fine for some people as long as they aren’t developing an unhealthy eating pattern like starving during for days and then binging.
She first shot to fame on MTV's The Hills and two years after joining the Made In Chelsea cast in 2013, she released a memoir, Made In Reality, chronicling her struggles with anorexia, bulimia and an addiction to crystal meth.
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Taking to her social media accounts at the time, Binky told fans: “So guys it's the season finale of #madeinchelsea tonight at 9!!!!