The 8-Week Blood Sugar Diet: Lose weight fast and reprogramme your body

July 20, 2019 - Comment

Dr Michael Mosley, author of the bestselling 5:2 Fast Diet, reveals a game-changing approach to one of the greatest silent epidemics of our time – raised blood sugar levels. The food we eat today, high in sugar and easily digestible carbohydrates, is not only making us fat, but is putting us at risk of type

Dr Michael Mosley, author of the bestselling 5:2 Fast Diet, reveals a game-changing approach to one of the greatest silent epidemics of our time – raised blood sugar levels. The food we eat today, high in sugar and easily digestible carbohydrates, is not only making us fat, but is putting us at risk of type 2 diabetes, strokes, dementia, cancer and a lifetime on medication. More than a third of adults in the UK now have raised blood sugar levels and most don’t know it., In this timely book, Dr Mosley explains why we pile on dangerous abdominal fat and shows us how to shed it, fast. He demolishes common myths, such as the claim that steady weight loss is always better than rapid weight loss and that those who lose weight rapidly will inevitably put it back on. This is a book not just for those at highest risk but for anyone who has struggled with their weight and wants to regain control of their health., “I feel amazing. I have been given another chance at life.” Cassie, 28 – lost 20kg. Average weight loss: 14kg in 8 weeks., Includes a detailed 8-week programme with menu plans.

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Anonymous says:

Sceptical but it works -wow! I have been overweight forever and as I approach 50 I was desperate for solution. As I approach this milestone it makes you think about health and with a brother and parents all diagnosed with diabetes in later life I didn’t want to go the same way. I had generally been an advocate to weight watcher as lost 4 stone on that 9 yrs ago but never got down to a target weight but oh so close and a stone had crept on. I tried their new system but it didn’t work for me and I have bounced about up and down all year, I needed something new. I also got diagnosed with IBS last yr which made me think about reducing my carbs as they always left me bloated and in different levels of pain. Over the summer I read an interesting book about leptin resistance and then a friend recommend this to me, it was similar in principles i.e. low carb, eat good fats and eat in a structured way, plus had seen Michael Mosley on many a programme and his science always made sense. I started the plan a week ago…

Anonymous says:

use the theory, dont have to use the menus, also buy the book carbs and cals pocket calculator( good pics) to go with it, this book has rules to follow, but the book is half full of menus, ignore, simply use the principles.I put my diabeties into remmision, ( you have to be type 2 and at least 2 stone overweight for plan to work)my nhs nurse was amazed and proud, i gave up flavoured coffee with sugar, all cereals(even porridge),high gi fruit.( basically all fruit) reduced total bread, no potatoes.heres what i did, had regular instant or ground coffee with sweetners,sugar free squash,had lots of fried eggs( my cholestoral is fine, had blood test)( old bodybuilder technique)(protein)daily with toast, one slice ONLY, a full fat yoghurt, not the low fat, they have sugar, went for greek full fat,had chicken or tuna with peas, sweetcorn etc and some mayo( full fat), dash of sauce around 800 cals total, a day,lost 2 and a half stone, 6 inches on waist in 8 weeks,then uppped it, total calories, weight steady now, changed eating plans for life.will never eat cereal, mochas,…

Anonymous says:

I have countless times recommended this book to the diabetics i help and i … Fab book. I lost 5.5lbs in first week and never felt hungry. I’m not particularly overweight or a diabetic but i am a diabetic nurse. I have countless times recommended this book to the diabetics i help and i have even given my copy to a lady who is struggling with both her weight and her diabetes in the hope that she will be inspired too.

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