Judith Rosemary Locke Chalmers OBE is an English television presenter. She was born on October 10, 1936 in Stockport, United Kingdom. The spouse of Neil Durden-Smith, she was educated at Withington Girls’ School. It was in 1960s when she presented two major BBC radio programmes such as Family Favourites and Woman’s Hour.
Now let’s take a look at Judith’s diet. In one of her interviews, she shared her typical meals. When it comes to breakfast, she elaborated, “Usually I have cereal with flax seed, but I’m staying with friends on Minorca so yesterday I had fruit salad, muesli, yoghurt and brown nut rolls with raisins. They eat very well and healthily. There’s no need for snacking.”
What about her lunch? “At a restaurant in Port Mahon, I had tapas: bruschetta with tomatoes, olive oil and anchovies, grilled baby squid, deep-fried squid rings and a stir-fry. My husband and I prefer to taste lots of little things rather than one huge dish,” she explained.
And for dinner, she said, “Home-made crab cakes, chorizo covered with honey and sesame seeds, and barbecued loin of pork with salad. I had three glasses of rose. I know it should be less, but we’re on holiday. To finish the meal, we had lots of different chocolates in small pieces.” Now you see what a healthy-eater she is. This explains why even at 78, she is still a kick-ass fit and healthy woman.
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