Mel Greig, 35, has kicked off her body transformation after gaining 10kg in one year.
The former Wave FM host told Who magazine on Thursday that at 87kg, she is the heaviest she’s ever been and is desperate to drop down to 70kg.
She has vowed to ditch carbs and booze in an effort to transform her body, after piling on the kilos while working in breakfast radio.
‘I have never been so unhappy with my body’: Radio host Mel Greig, 35, has kicked off her weight loss transformation after ‘gaining 10kg in one year and tipping the scales at 87 kilos’
‘I’ve gained over 10kg in a year… I’ve never been so unhappy about my body,’ she told the publication.
‘I’ll do all it takes to work towards a new body for a new me!’
She added: ‘It’s time to focus on me and feeling good from the inside out.’
‘I’ve gained over 10kg in a year’: The former Wave FM host blamed ‘poor food choices’, ‘irregular sleep patterns’ and a non-existent social life for her weight gain. Pictured left in April, and right in July
Health struggles: Mel suffers from endometriosis, which often causes bloating and pain. Pictured here in March
Mel, who suffers from endometriosis, blamed ‘poor food choices’, ‘irregular sleep patterns’ and a non-existent social life for her weight gain.
At 170cm, she hopes to lose one kilogram every week as part of Who’s 10-week Best Body Reboot.
The radio personality has always been open about her fluctuating weight.
Goal weight: Mel has previously used this photo taken in 2010 as motivation. It shows the star with red hair and a slimmed-down figure at 68kg
Training: Mel, who left her Wave FM gig in Wollongong last month, recently moved back to Sydney and is regularly working out with a trainer. Mel is pictured here at the gym in January
In 2014, she lost 10kg after taking antidepressants caused her to gain weight following her infamous 2012 royal radio hoax.
Two years later, she separated from her husband of nearly two years, Steven Pollock.
Mel, who left her Wave FM gig in Wollongong last month, recently moved back to Sydney and is regularly working out with a trainer.
Healthy eating: Mel is now making better food choices by eating whole foods