Drew Carey loses 70 pounds, 'sick of being fat'
"I just got sick of being fat," he told Us magazine this week. He had mentioned in May he has started working out and later turned to an appetite suppressant, but now he says it's mostly a cardio program. "I do work with somebody who gives me advice on what to do, how many minutes to run, what my heart rate should be and all that kind of stuff." He also follows one strict food rule -- no donuts. Aw.
The 52-year-old said he's no longer diabetic and wants to lose more weight for a good reason: "My fiancee has a 5-year old, and wow, I'd love to see him graduate. I'd love to be able play with him without getting tired, enjoy my life and watch him grow." Grow up, not out, he means.