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Rebel Wilson has denied reports that she achieved her total body transformation by following the Mayr Method diet.

“This was NEVER my diet, please stop writing this stuff,” the 42-year-old actress wrote on her Instagram Story on Monday in a screenshot of a Daily story. Mail claiming she turned to the plan to lose weight.

Wilson, 42, explained in a follow-up post that she had “NEVER endorsed diet pills or magic weight loss pills” — or cryptocurrency for that matter.

“If you see stuff like this online, report it as a scam – don’t DM it to me – report it on whatever social media site you see it on when you see it,” a- she writes. “If I endorse something, you will only see it as official posts on my official, verified social media.”

The ‘Pitch Perfect’ star then thanked her fans for their support and explained that she didn’t want them to fall for the false stories about her online.

“It’s really annoying when people use my image illegally or in a misleading way,” she wrote. “I don’t want anyone getting ripped off. I love you guys xoxo.

Rebel Wilson posing in a sports bra and leggings.
Wilson told fans she didn’t want them to get ripped off.

The Mayr Method is a “14-day program that focuses on improving gut health,” according to Healthline. It encourages followers to stay away from caffeine, gluten, dairy and processed foods and places more emphasis on fruits, vegetables and protein-rich foods like salmon and chicken.

The plan also recommends dieters to eat their largest meal in the morning and to stop eating after 7 p.m.

A screenshot of Rebel Wilson's Instagram story denying following the Mayr Method diet.
The actress explained that she would only endorse something on her official social media pages.

Wilson lost weight after embarking on a health year in January 2020. This November, she shared that she had reached her goal weight.

The ‘Isn’t It Romantic’ star has helped her weight loss by sticking to a high-protein diet and changing up her exercise routine.

Rebel Wilson in a swimsuit in 2022.
Wilson began his healthcare transformation in 2020.

She revealed in March 2021 that she decided to lose weight to combat her struggle with fertility.

After shedding the extra pounds, Wilson dated heir to the Anheuser-Busch fortune, Jacob Busch, for a few months before calling things off in February 2021.

She was most recently seen having dinner with Australian tennis player Matt Reid in December, but the duo have not confirmed if this is an item.