Noel Edmonds health regime: Electromagnetic pulses and 'slowly exercising in the dark'

Noel Edmonds pictured in Monte Carlo in May. Credit: PA

Noel Edmonds puts his healthy looks down to a daily burst of electromagnetic energy, drinking health shakes and slowly exercising in the dark.

The 65-year-old Deal Or No Deal presenter, whose looks have hardly changed since he fronted Multi-Coloured Swap Shop, Noel's House Party and Top Of The Pops in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, feels that he is ageing well.

He told the Mail on Sunday's Event magazine: "No botox, no facelifts. I've had two laser surgeries for my eyesight, that's it.

"The rest is down to good genes and my unique personal formula for good health."

His regime involves spending 15 minutes a day lying on an EMPpad Omnium 1, which he claims infuses the body with electromagnetic energy, drinking water which he says has been restructured back to its natural state, meditating, avoiding red meat and drinking health shakes.

Noel Edmonds pictured at Radio One aged 21 in 1972. Credit: PA

He also eats a largely vegetarian diet, and exercises very slowly for a total of an hour a week in darkness while listening to electronic pulses.

Edmonds, who believes in the power of positivity, told the magazine: "I started using the EMPpad a year ago and I thought it was useless at first, but my wife Liz said she could see a difference so I stuck with it.

"Then I could see my hair was thicker, my nails were stronger, the exercise I was doing in the gym was becoming easier and less painful."

He also says he has never taken drugs, because "I actually hate to lose control", he has never really been into the showbiz party scene and he did not have any friends when he worked at Radio 1.

Edmonds added that he has always been incredibly straight, even going back to when he was a DJ on Radio Luxembourg at the age of 20.