This smoothie diet won’t leave you feeling hungry.
When you’ve fallen off the healthy eating wagon, it’s tempting to think the only way to make up for indulgence is to starve for a day or two. Wrong!
Now you can make up for diet excesses with a simple, science-based one-day shake plan. As well as shifting any gained fat, you’ll be giving your body a real boost to make it even more efficient at burning calories.
Starving yourself may seem like it does the trick after a weekend of excess, but in the long run it slows down your metabolism and means it’s even harder to stay in control of your weight. You have to be sure when you lose weight it’s fat you’re losing, not muscle. It’s the muscle tissue that makes a difference to how you burn calories.
When you starve yourself, you lose muscle tissue and that means you slow down your metabolism.
Our one-day shake diet, devised by dietitian Nigel Denby, feeds your body with protein and nutrients to make sure you don’t lose any muscle tissue, and can make you even more efficient at burning fat.
So whether you want a quick fix to a naughty weekend or an easy-to-follow long-term weight-loss plan, look no further!
DISCLAIMER: Before starting any diet, you should speak to your doctor. You must not rely on the information on this website/newsletter as an alternative to medical advice from your doctor or other professional healthcare provider.
Digital Editor at woman&home magazine, F1 Fan, Chocoholic.