Sharon Osbourne, you're looking super good!

At 62 years young, The Talk co-host has never looked and felt better after struggling with her weight for many years. And while sitting down with E! News this week, the adored Brit generously shared new details about her healthy lifestyle.

As so many people trying to lose or maintain weight know, Osbourne argued that you have to stay consistent with your plan.

"You change everything in your life," she explained to E! News. "Three years ago, I started on the Atkins program and I don't find it difficult anymore."

"My whole life I struggled with my weight—gaining, losing, gaining back more, fad diets—there really is no quick fix. There really isn't," she added. "You have to change everything. It's really about educating yourself what to eat."

Ozzy Osbourne, Sharon Osbourne, MTV EMA's 2014

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While some people may perceive the Atkins' Diet to be filled with steak, chicken and other protein, Osbourne assures her program known as the Atkins' 40 allows people to enjoy all food groups including fruits, vegetables and even whole wheat.

"For somebody like me, it's perfect to maintain," she shared. "[For] somebody that wants to lose weight gradually, it's perfect for them, too."

But as any dieter knows, eating right is only part of the equation. One must also move their body with workouts multiple times a week. For Osbourne, she loves casual strolls around her neighborhood.

"I love walking where I live and looking in everybody's house. Love it!" she joked. "I'm like a neighborhood watch. I should be. I like looking at what everybody's doing and especially when it's dark early, you can see in everybody's house. I love it."

Osbourne knows, however, that everyone has their rough (and cheat) days. When it happens, though, you have to stay positive.

"I believe in being good to yourself," she shared with E! News. "It's not just about getting into that little black dress or I want to look good in this or that. Look good for yourself and be healthy for yourself."

She added, "We take care of everybody else and the last person we take care of is yourself. Just remember how important you are."

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