The Food Network host has a long history of calling for people to take action against the dangers of high cholesterol and saturated fats.
He has frequently lambasted those who refuse to cut back on their eating, and he has also repeatedly called for those who are overweight or obese to lose weight.
In an interview with Fox Business, Ramsay said he is not the kind of person who would use a spoon.
But when asked about his recent diet, Ramsay admitted he had not always eaten in a way that was healthy.
“I have been doing it for a long time and I have been cutting back,” Ramsay told Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo.
“I think the more I eat healthier, the less I’m gonna be like Gordon Ramsay.”
The Food Network’s Gordon Ramsay said it was not his responsibility to control his diet.
But, when pressed, he said he has not always followed his health advice.
“If I didn’t have to do that, I would not be eating a certain amount of meat, I don’t know what it is, I’m not the doctor or the nutritionist.
But I have tried to be very careful,” Ramsay said.”
It is not my responsibility to make my own choices, and to control what I eat.”
Ramsay is not alone.
In his new book, “The MasterChef,” author and television personality Jamie Foxx has written about his struggles with cholesterol.
Foxx says he is now the kind who can control his cholesterol.
“The last time I weighed myself, I was so thin that I thought I was gonna be dead,” Foxx wrote.
“But it didn’t really matter.
I ate and exercised and it didn`t matter.
It didn`ts matter to me what the calories were, or what I ate for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or whatever.
All that mattered was what I wanted to look like, and that was it.”
Foxx also said he now looks at the weight he was eating as “a threat to my health.”
Foxes health issues, and the way he eats, led to his departure from the show.
Foxes book also revealed that he has been battling pancreatic cancer.