Angellica Bell shares her 'key' tips for good immunity during virus season

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Angellica Bell started her presenting career over 20 years ago; she has since penned a book, Fantastic Eats!, and won Celebrity MasterChef in 2017. Bell is now a co-presenter of the award-winning financial programme, The Martin Lewis Money Show. Alongside that, the mother-of-two is a regular contributor on The One Show.

With a demanding work schedule, how does the 46-year-old stay fit and healthy?

“It’s important for me to start the day with a healthy and filling breakfast, supporting my energy levels as I power through a busy day,” Bell revealed.

“My go-tos are porridge with flax seeds and berries, or scrambled eggs on toast.

“Both are classics for a reason, and perfect for the colder weather as we move into autumn and winter.”

Bell said: “I aim for around eight to nine hours a night to feel fresh and ready to take on the day.”

Bell could have her exercise regime to thank for a good night’s sleep, according to Dr Macciochi.

“Exercise has a trickle-down effect of helping [Bell to] sleep better,” Dr Macciochi confirmed.

“A prolonged lack of sleep is associated with a lower immune response.”

Thus, Bell’s healthy habits are helping to keep her in tip-top condition.

“Another top tip is to go early, it makes sure I don’t run out of time, while setting me up for the day ahead,” she added.

After her work day is over, Bell makes sure she cooks a “balanced dinner of protein and veg”, stating: “I love sweet potato as it’s so versatile!”

“Sleep is vital for feeling good and supporting immunity, so I aim to head to bed at 7:30pm three times a week,” she said.

“Early I know,” she admitted. “But settling into bed curled up with a good book really works wonders to wind down for a restful night’s sleep.”

Bell said: “I aim for around eight to nine hours a night to feel fresh and ready to take on the day.”

Bell could have her exercise regime to thank for a good night’s sleep, according to Dr Macciochi.

“Exercise has a trickle-down effect of helping [Bell to] sleep better,” Dr Macciochi confirmed.

“A prolonged lack of sleep is associated with a lower immune response.”

Thus, Bell’s healthy habits are helping to keep her in tip-top condition.



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