Gordon Ramsay, 51, achieved a weight loss of more than four stone after tipping the scales at 18st in 2000.
The 6ft 2 British celebrity chef and author of Fit Food now weighs just 13st 10lb.
But how did Gordon lose the weight? He is said to have limited a common food group in order to do it.
Asked how he dropped the stones, he said: “No milk. Just because it’s sluggish.”
“Dropping milk and cheese has made a massive difference,” he said, speaking to the Daily Mail.
He continued by talking about his regular healthy breakfast.
“Almond milk with Weetabix for breakfast. Smoothie with frozen berries, yogurts.”
He also advised filling up on water as a tried and tested weight loss formula.
“Take a couple of glasses before you eat,” he recommended.
“It just stops you eating a third more. You feel better but eat less.”
Gordon also said he includes post-gym treats like Dairy Milk to help him stick to his weight loss regime.
The chef has also taken part in a series of Ironman endurance event challenges.
The competitions involve a 1.2 mile swim, a 56 mile bike ride and a 13.1 mile run.
Gordon started involving himself in the challenges back in 2012, teaming up with trainer Will Usher to start the workout regimes.
He previously slimmed down to 14st in 2013 through replacing fatty foods with vegan shakes, almond milk and vegetables.
Tom Kerridge’s weight loss was another prime example of a celebrity chef slimming down.