The 34-year-old is said to swear by high-end product Lumity which promises to give users ‘strengthened immunity and glowing skin’
CHERYL Tweedy has started taking an anti-ageing food supplement containing an ingredient that causes flatulence.
The singer, 34, swears by high-end product Lumity, which costs punters more than £1,000 for a year’s supply.
She seems to be convinced by the maker’s claims it will give her “strengthened immunity and glowing skin” as well as aid sleep.
But it also contains glutamine, an amino acid with side effects including excess wind.
Cheryl, who had son Bear in March, has been gushing about the product.
She said: “Recently I started taking a vitamin supplement a friend gave me as a baby gift: Morning and Night Supplements.
"They seem to be working amazingly!”
Other A-list celebrity fans of the product include models Yasmin Le Bon, 53, and Helena Christensen, 48, and industry experts have tipped it as an alternative to Botox.
Cheryl, partner of One Direction heart-throb Liam Payne, 24, is widely expected to replace Nicole Scherzinger, 39, as an X Factor judge next year.