Taiwanese singer Lu Xue Rui lost 31.6kg in 6 months after health scare

From a photo Lu Xue Rui shared in Dec 2020 to one he posted in July.

Taiwanese singer Lu Xue Rui, of One Million Star fame, recently shared on Instagram that he lost 31.6kg in six months.

He was determined to lose the weight after going for a medical check-up and discovering he has high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

The first step the 33-year-old took was to start eating better, which he did with the help of a professional dietician.

As translated by a news portal, he wrote that his diet “wasn’t anything special”.

He apparently cut down on the amount of food he was consuming gradually. And by reducing his calorie intake, he was still able to indulge in good food and wine.

Lu also changed his sleeping habits from going to bed in the morning to actually turning in for the night by 2am, and making sure he gets enough sleep.

In one of the videos he posted in June, he’s seen doing some simple exercises as well.

He reportedly wrote on Instagram: “I’ve never added 'losing weight' as a goal in my own plans. I only made changes to my usual working habits, as well as my lifestyle and quality of life.

"But I’m still very happy (with my weight loss).”

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