To eat or  not to eat?

If there is one thing that millennials stress over the most, it is weight loss.

Published: 04th April 2018 11:17 PM  |   Last Updated: 06th April 2018 04:54 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD:If there is one thing that millennials stress over the most, it is weight loss. One might have tried innumerable ways such as intermittent fasting and starving to various diets such as keto diet and gluten-free to lose weight. It might have worked for some, might not have worked for some which is why people continue to look for answers to their problem of losing weight. However, look no far as Dr Mosley has a tried and tested solution to your problems!

New York’s bestselling author, Dr Michael Mosley who visited India on the first-anniversary celebration of Sony BBC Earth opines “We are generally advised to take 4-5 meals a day to keep up the blood sugar levels but that is the worst advice. We resort to snacks for these meals which essentially makes us fat. It’s not good to snack between meals. Two meals a day is enough and we can survive the rest through fasting”. He adds, “It basically means eat a late breakfast and an early dinner and keep a window of 12-15 hours of no food. Just by changing your meal times, one can lose quite a few kilos that too in a healthy manner.

It doesn’t ask for a no carb, no fat, no chocolate diet as long as you eat in proportionately and don’t snack in between” Michael Mosley has written three international bestsellers, The Fast Diet (also known as the 5:2 diet), Fast Exercise and The Blood Sugar Diet, which have sold in more than 42 countries. His most popular show Trust Me I’m a Doctor airs on Sony BBC Earth in India.

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