Author(s): Michelle Harvie
The 2-Day Diet is the original, clinically proven 5:2 diet to get you slim and healthy, as developed by acclaimed scientists Dr Michelle Harvie and Prof Tony Howell at Genesis Breast Cancer Prevention (all author proceeds go to this charity). To reach your perfect weight, all you need to do is follow this low-carb intermittent diet for two days a week. For the rest of the week just eat normally but sensibly. It really is that simple, and the science proves it: in trials followers lost more weight than those on continuous calorie-controlled diets, almost twice as much fat, and more centimetres around their waist - and they were more successful at keeping it off! The 2-Day Diet is packed with clear, safe and simple guidance, plus meal planners and 100 delicious and filling recipes to help you on your way. You'll find out how and why the diet works, and the numerous proven health benefits associated with it, including: reducing cancer risks; lowering high blood pressure; anti-ageing effects; and improving well-being, mood and energy levels. This is a unique way of eating that can completely retrain your appetite and rejuvenate your body on a cellular level. Finally, you can enjoy your food and stop worrying about your weight for good.
The easy, clinically proven route to fast and lasting weight loss by dieting only two days a week.
"Revolutionary and clinically proven" Good Housekeeping "the key to easier - and longer lasting - weight loss" Red magazine "Following a strict diet for just two days of the week is a far more effective way to lose weight than trying to calorie count all the time" Daily Mail "No calorie counting, no going hungry and it takes only TWO DAYS a week ... guarantees weight loss" Daily Mail "Easy to follow and stick to ... clinically proven" -- Jenni Murray
Dr. Michelle Harvie is an award-winning research dietician at Genesis Breast Cancer Prevention, specialising in optimum diet and exercise strategies to prevent breast cancer and its recurrence. Her findings have been published in many major scientific publications and she was awarded the British Dietetic Association Rose Simmond's Award for best published dietetic research in 2005.
Prof. Tony Howell is Professor of Medical Oncology and specialises in pharmacological and lifestyle measurements to prevent breast cancer. He is also Research Director of Genesis Breast Cancer Prevention.