By Jabeen Waheed For Mailonline. She recently confessed she has been teetotal for 15 months and walks nine miles a day. And it appears that Gaby Roslin's health kick is paying off as she revealed on Tuesday that she still owns and wears the same pair of jeans that she purchased over fifteen years ago.
S MAG. I like wearing black and white, but I also love fluorescent colours — they really brighten up your face. Shape-wise, I like tight jeans and a loose-fitting top — I never get my cleavage out. I love the way that Jennifer Aniston and Angelina Jolie dress — they both have very classic styles. For me to wear, the s — short skirts and boxy shapes. Grey ankle boots from Italy and animal-print boots from Mango.
Gaby Roslin talks about healthy eating, not looking her age – and dealing with family tragedy
The TV presenter reveals how her interest in healthy food was sparked by three life-changing moments. The TV presenter suffered debilitating symptoms before she discovered she had a wheat allergy, but before that, her father, radio presenter Clive Roslin, was diagnosed with bowel cancer, which Gaby believes could have been triggered by poor diet. So it is no wonder that the year-old is a huge advocate of healthy living. Generally speaking, look after your gut. Cut out sugar and salt. Everyone started going for low-fat food and that is when obesity levels started to peak. It is just understanding what you put into your body and how you can make a difference to your life. Gaby had always been interested in health, nutrition and fitness , but it became her passion after three life-changing moments 20 years ago: the diagnosis of both her parents with cancer and learning she had a wheat allergy. He can still be quite belligerent about it, even now in his 80s.
She was lovable and sweet and wide-eyed and talking constantly about her babies. I found her death completely heart-breaking. She had known Peaches since she was a little girl after working with her mother, Paula Yates, on The Big Breakfast back in the Nineties. But my feeling is, just leave her alone. Bob co-owned the production company behind The Big Breakfast, the early-morning programme that first brought Roslin to our screens more than 20 years ago. Gaby Roslin: 'I'm not a food fascist'. Gaby Roslin: Why parents need Britain's libraries. Gaby Roslin on family activities for rainy days.