‘Inflammation riddles me’ Eamonn Holmes addresses health woes as he calls on chef for help

Eamonn Holmes discusses his proudest moments in life

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Eamonn Holmes, 61, has been open about his health concerns over the years. The This Morning star explained earlier this year that he was left using a crutch and struggling with excruciating pain after suffering “three slipped discs”.

As well as his back pains, Eamonn has admitted to feeling “scared” over his “leg problems”.

The TV personality recently launched a new series on Instagram called Improve Your Life With Spice.

He partnered with chef Sandie Vara, known as The Spice Guy, to deliver a number of recipes that have health benefits.

The latest episode, shared with his 748,000 followers today, focuses on back pain.

Eamonn captioned the post: “Did someone say ‘a healthy curry’. Sign me up!

“A delicious curry that could help with back pain and inflammation!

“For the full recipe click the link in @sandiethespiceguy bio.”

Explaining the purpose of his new Instagram series, Eamonn told chef Sandie: “Well, the benefits of the way we cook with you is that, of course, you have lost, in just a year, three stone of your body weight, your health has improved tremendously…

“For me, inflammation riddles me and you reckon this can do something about that?”

Sandie explained: “Absolutely.

“Indian Asian spices are great for inflammation and back pain.

“So, as I was reading every single spice, I then decided: it has to be a curry.”


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It comes after Eamonn explained in a column for Best magazine that he is “getting better bit by bit”.

He said: “For the past seven months, being incapacitated with back and leg problems has really scared me.

“What if there was no one there to help me with the little things? To fetch and carry, cook and clean and generally ask if I needed anything?

“Bit by bit, I am getting better – but let me cut a long story short.

“Outside family, nobody cares and sometimes, I’m sure for many of you, even they don’t.

“We are all too busy with our own lives and problems. Our employers, by and large, want us to be an asset, not a burden. Nobody is coming. We are basically on our own.”

The TV star admitted in a Twitter video in May that he was “learning to walk again” following his injuries.

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