The 42-year-old is the new WW ambassador and credits the program with not only helping her reach a weight loss goal, but prioritise her health too. Something that's been on the back burner due to her early morning shifts.
“At the beginning of 2019, I wasn’t feeling my best - I was often tired and developing unhealthy habits as a result. When I really took stock of my life, it dawned on me that my demanding schedule wasn’t just a passing phase and I needed to make a change to prioritise my health,” Sam said. “Losing a few kilos was important, but joining WW was also about feeling stronger and healthier, both physically and mentally.”
Watch below to hear Sam open up about overhauling her health...
The journo says she's tried plenty of other methods in an attempt to kick unhealthy habits but this is the first once that's really stuck.
"The downfall has always been that they’re too restrictive or require that I eat meals I don’t enjoy. In a job like mine where you’re constantly on the road, those approaches just aren’t realistic and can’t be maintained,” she explained.
Sam says her amazing results are down to a regime that’s heavy on exercise, and easy on diet (including wine, chocolate and bread).
"I have said it before and I will say it again: I don't want to be skinny, I have boobs, I have a bum, I have curves," she told Women's Weekly.
"I like being a woman with a womanly figure. I don't want to be skinny-skinny."