Bradley Walsh a fait des « changements de style de vie drastiques’ après les avertissements, il mourrait

THE Chase presenter Bradley Walsh has been warned by his doctors to change his lifestyle in order to extend his life expectancy.

Bradley, 61, was worried he wouldn’t live to see 60 after his father died at 59. Here’s how he changed his lifestyle.

Doctors have advised the presenter to change his lifestyle to avoid premature death

Doctors have advised the presenter to change his lifestyle to avoid premature deathCrédit: Rex

His first TV appearance was as an actor on a TV show called Rock with Laughter (1993).

He is now best known for being the hilarious presenter on the famous gameshow The Chase sur ITV.

Bradley has also starred in Coronation Street, Loi & Order: UK and Doctor Who.

He was warned by doctors that he was at a high risk of developing heart problems.

After his father died of heart disease at the age of 59, Bradley told the The Sun reaching the age of 60 was a significant personal goal he had become fixated on.

Thankfully for Bradley, he was quickly able to quit the booze and fatty foods in order to maintain his health.

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The actor turned presenter shared: "I’m back boxing training now. Full time. I’ve done about a stone and a half in weight.

Bradley has described heart disease as a 'silent killer'

Bradley has described heart disease as a ‘silent killerCrédit: Getty

“I was a time bomb. I produce too much cholesterol. It’s a silent killer. My heart guy said, ‘Look, Brad, you need to get fit’.’’

Bradley shared this personal story about his health with the hopes the news will encourage those at risk to get tested and swap out their unhealthy habits for more healthier lifestyle choices.