Kelly Clarkson Credits Walking, High-Protein Diet For Recent Weight Loss

Kelly Clarkson Credits Walking, High-Protein Diet For Recent Weight Loss

Kelly Clarkson, 41, has finally spilled the deets on exactly how she achieved her recent weight loss. In a new interview with People, Kelly shared that she changed up her wellness routine and diet.

“I was very unhappy in L.A. and had been for several years. I needed a fresh start,” she shared.

Since moving to New York City, she’s gotten more active with walking.

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“We go walk the dogs a few times at the park. We'll go for ice cream because my daughter will wear me down. We'll go make slime and we go to the museum,” she said.

She also added, “Walking in the city is quite the workout. I’m really into infrared saunas right now. And I just got a cold plunge because everybody wore me down.”

This isn't the first time Kelly's hinted at her weight-loss journey this year.

On her talk show, The Kelly Clarkson Show, she shared in December that she doesn't wear Spanx anymore, per Life & Style. During a singing game, Kelly said, "In this building it's so cold. I don't even need to wear Spanx anymore. I just wear them for warmth like thermals."

And on November 7th, Kelly spoke with guests Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Bush, both 41, as they looked at throwback pictures.

Jenna talked about being "chubby" while she was in college, and Kelly shared that she's "had many stages" of being heavier than she wanted to be.

Kelly also opened up about the struggles of finding new clothes when your body is changing.

"I love losing weight, but here's the thing, jeans are so hard when you have a butt and a smaller waist," she said. "This is a first-world problem, I realize. And it's a great problem."

Kelly Clarkson isn't afraid to get candid about her svelte, new look. ET spoke with the doctor who created the book she gives all of the credit to: 'The Plant Paradox.'