She lost an impressive 10 kg last year after following a controversial diet.
And Jackie & # 39; O & # 39; Henderson, 44, has revealed that she will again take extreme measures to stay in shape.
Speak up The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Monday the mother-of-one explained that she was starting to eat bone broth.
New diet: Jackie & # 39; O & # 39; Henderson, 44, has revealed that she will take extreme measures to get in shape. Shown in July last year
& # 39; I am starting a bone broth diet, I have heard that it is really good for you, & # 39; she said,
& # 39; It just tasted of boiling water, so I just added more bone broth. It tastes like dirty two minutes of noodle water that you would throw out … It's not as good as I hoped. & # 39;
While her co-host Kyle Sandilands mocked the extreme diet, Jackie joked that she was ready to extinguish the faint soup after just an hour saying: "I don't think I'll stick to this diet".
It comes months after Jackie came under fire for promoting & # 39; unhealthy & # 39; eating habits, following her 10 kg weight loss in July last year.
& # 39; I'm starting a bone broth diet, I've heard it's really good for you & # 39 ;: Jackie said the soup tastes like dirty, two minutes of noodle water you'd throw out. Shown in December
Simple recipe: Bone broth is made by boiling the bones of healthy animals in water with herbs and vegetables. There are many benefits, including vitamins, minerals and age-defying collagen
During that time, she revealed that she is skipping breakfast and eating a single avocado for lunch that led to the charity of eating disorders The Butterfly Foundation to compare the diet with & # 39; starvation & # 39 ;.
& # 39; If I had known it would blow up like this, I would have gotten more clarity, & # 39; she said The Daily Telegraph in response to criticism.
& # 39; I hated the idea that people thought I advertised the fact that people themselves would have to starve to lose weight. & # 39;
Controversy: It comes months after Jackie came under fire for promoting & # 39; unhealthy & # 39; eating habits, following her 10 kg weight loss in July last year. At that time, she revealed that she is skipping breakfast and eating a single avocado for lunch that led to eating disorder charity. The Butterfly Foundation to compare the diet with & # 39; starvation & # 39 ;. Shown in September
Jackie also expressed concern about her daughter, Kitty, eight, who was affected by her diet.
& # 39; I have a daughter and that kind of message concerns me and I would never let her do such a thing, & # 39; she explained.
Recoil: After criticism from The Butterfly Foundation last year, Jackie said on her KIIS FM radio show: & # 39; It's not a hunger diet & # 39;
& # 39; What I should have clarified is that while I do that on some days [strict diet], I don't eat it every day.
& # 39; If we want pizza, I have pizza. If we, you know, want to go to pho, I eat that … When I wake up and I'm hungry, I have toast.
& # 39; I don't keep that [one day on a plate] religious. But you know what? When I eat an avocado for lunch, I feel good! It makes me feel good.
& # 39; I really believe that on the days that I eat less, I feel better and I feel healthier. I actually feel slow when I eat [heavier food]. & # 39;
She placed the story straight and added: & # 39; I am not really starving. And I would never agree with that. I don't want anyone to starve to lose weight. It's not about starving. & # 39;
Responsible dieting: & I am not hungry in any way. And I would never agree with that. I don't want anyone to starve to lose weight. It's not about starving yourself & # 39;
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