The Bachelor host Osher Gunsberg has revealed his incredible body transformation.
The TV and radio star showcased his new look by going topless on the cover of this month’s Men’s Health magazine.
The 44-year-old posted an image of the cover to Instagram, before revealing his toned new look was all down to a plant-based diet.
"Over ten weeks I lost 9kg of fat and gained 2.5kg by eating nothing but plants and training every day until I was a flat pancake on the gym floor,” he said.
“This is me, with my shirt off on the cover of Men's Health, and I’m the first plant-based person to do so in Australia.”
Osher’s trainer, Chief Brabon revealed to the magazine: 'When we started, Osher’s body fat was 22 per cent. Most people didn’t realise he was carrying that weight because he had such a slim face. He had a broad, boxy physique.'
Osher also revealed that his fitness journey was motivated by mental health management after he decided to ditch his prescribed medication last year.
'I started this #MHtransformation as a way to help me manage life off of meds,' he wrote on Instagram.
'I hadn't been on antipsychotics for about 18 months before I started this.'
He continued: 'I'd shifted to a different medication for the OCD, however as I got better and better, the side effects now became more prominent than the symptoms - so me and my Dr decided to try life without them.
'Coming off meds in Dec meant that I needed to put management strategies in the place where they once were, I needed things to help me regulate my emotions and emotional responses - and resistance training was a large part of that.'