Rebel Wilson has denied reports claiming to reveal the ‘secret’ of her 35kg weight loss.
On Monday, the Daily Mail published an article claiming that the Pitch Perfect star had done the Mayr Method program to help her lose weight.
But Wilson has taken to Instagram to slam the claim, posting a screenshot of the story with the comment: “This is NEVER my diet, please stop writing this”.
She followed it up with another post stating she “NEVER endorses diet pills or magic weight loss pills.”
“If you see anything like this online please report it as a scam – don’t send it to me as a DM – report it on the social media site you saw it on when you saw it,” Wilson wrote.
“If I endorse something, you will only see it as an official post on my official and verified social media.”
In a recent article posted today, the Daily Mail claims that several other publications have reported that Wilson had been on the Mayr Method diet.
The 42-year-old comedian has been very open about his weight loss journey starting in 2020.
She previously linked her weight loss to a high-protein diet and exercise.
The Mayr Method is a “14-day program focused on improving gut health,” according to Healthline.
It encourages followers to stay away from caffeine, gluten, dairy and processed foods and encourages more focus on fruits, vegetables and high protein foods like salmon and chicken.
The plan also recommends that dieters eat their largest meal in the morning and stop eating after 7 p.m.