Jackie & # 039; O & # 039; Henderson regrets the way he talked about his diet after it was marked & # 039; starvation & # 039;

Rethink: Jackie & # 39; O & # 39; Henderson has spoken once again about the controversy surrounding his diet.

Jackie & # 39; O & # 39; Henderson faced a serious reaction when he revealed that his day on a plate consisted of little more than coffee, avocado, chicken and vegetables.

After the food disorder charity, The Butterfly Foundation compared Jackie's meal plan with "starvation", she defended herself by clarifying that she does not follow the strict diet every day.

And now the glamorous 43-year-old woman has spoken once again about the controversy, revealing that she wishes she had written her comments better.

Rethink: Jackie & # 39; O & # 39; Henderson has spoken once again about the controversy surrounding his diet. "If I had known that I would explode like that, then I would have clarified more," he said.

"If I had known it was going to explode like that, then I would have clarified more," he told The Daily Telegraph on Saturday.

"I hated the idea that people thought I was promoting the fact that people should starve to lose weight," he added.

Jackie also expressed concern about her daughter, Kitty, 7, receiving negative messages.

"I have a daughter and that kind of message worries me and I would never like to see her do something like that," she told the newspaper.

Mom's girl: Jackie also expressed concern for her daughter, Kitty, 7 (pictured) when receiving negative messages. "I have a daughter and that kind of message worries me and I would never like to see her do something like that," he said.

However, the radio host added that while she wishes to have been more careful with her comments, she will not lie. just to give a good example.

"People say I need to set a good example, but I'm not going to lie," he told the Daily Telegraph.

After criticism of The Butterfly Foundation, Jackie, who lost 10 kilos in the last year, said on her radio show KIIS FM: "It's do not a starvation diet. & # 39;

  Truthful; However, the radio host added that while she wishes to have been more careful with her comments, she will not lie. just to set a good example

  Truthful; However, the radio host added that while she wishes to have been more careful with her comments, she will not lie. just to set a good example

Truthful; However, the radio host added that while she wishes to have been more careful with her comments, she will not lie. just to set a good example

She explained: "What I should have clarified is that while I do that [following her strict diet] In some days, I do not eat like that every day.

& # 39; If we want pizza, I'll have pizza. If we, you know, we want to go out and find phở, I'll eat that … If I wake up and I'm hungry, I have toast. & # 39;

Jackie continued: "I'm not attached to that [day on a plate] religiously, but, you know what? When I eat an avocado for lunch, I feel good! It makes me feel good.

  After criticism of The Butterfly Foundation, Jackie, who lost 10 kilos last year, said on her radio show KIIS FM: "It's not a starvation diet."

  After criticism of The Butterfly Foundation, Jackie, who lost 10 kilos last year, said on her radio show KIIS FM: "It's not a starvation diet."

After criticism of The Butterfly Foundation, Jackie, who lost 10 kilos last year, said on her radio show KIIS FM: "It's not a starvation diet."

& # 39; I think that in the days when I eat less, I feel better about myself and I feel healthier. In fact, I feel slow when I eat [heavier foods]. & # 39;

In a straight line, he added: "I'm not starving myself in any way, and I would never approve of that, I do not want anyone to starve to lose weight, it's not about starving.

Speaking to The Daily Telegraph, Mia Findlay, spokeswoman for The Butterfly Foundation, said: "The majority would classify [Jackie’s meal plan] like a starvation diet & # 39;

To make things clear, the former Big Brother presenter (photographed in May 2003) insisted, "I'm not starving myself in any way, and I would never approve of that."

To make things clear, the former Big Brother presenter (photographed in May 2003) insisted, "I'm not starving myself in any way, and I would never approve of that."

To make things clear, the former Big Brother presenter (photographed in May 2003) insisted, "I'm not starving myself in any way, and I would never approve of that."

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