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Michael Mosley’s faster weight loss advice lists three fruits to ‘avoid’ on diet – Daily Record

Apr 18th, 2023

Diet guru Michael Mosley has shared some more words of slimming wisdom - and this time it relates to what fruits you should avoid when looking to shed pounds,

The health expert is credited with founding numerous eating plans, including the 5:2 diet and Very Fast 800 diets. Mosley recently highlighted what foods are encouraged on his weight loss plans - and which are best to skip.

While dieters are encouraged to snack on fruits instead of fat laden snacks with little nutrition, some contain more fructose - natural sugars present in fruit- than others.

Sharing the advice on the Fast 800 Instagram page, Mosley said that fruits such as pineapple, mango and melon should be limited. Instead, the weight loss expert recommends that those looking to slim down stick to berries, apples and pears, reports the Express.

This is because these contain "less sugar" - which should be limited when trying to lose weight, as it spikes insulin levels and can quickly convert to fat. Another aspect of "cutting right down on sugar" is limiting sugary drinks, desserts, treats and sugar itself.

Dessert does not have to be totally banished however, with the expert recommending a square of dark chocolate or berries.

Of Moseley's diets, the Very Fast 800 is a "short-term rapid weight loss [programme] used as to kick-start improved metabolic health until a healthy weight is achieved, or for up to 12 weeks".

This method sees slimmers consume just 800 calories per day, and enjoying a moderately low-carb Mediterranean diet. While the new 5:2 is a slightly easier weight loss method whereby dieters pick two days where they only consume 800 calories.

For the remaining five days they are under no calorie restriction but also enjoy a moderately low-carb Mediterranean diet.

Another food that Mosley recommends avoiding is breakfast cereals, as they are typically "laden with sugar". Rolled oats - not instant - are a better alternative as they contain more fibre and less sugar.

Whenever the option is there, go for whole grains rather than white rice, bread or pasta. Finally, Michael advised slimmers to avoid low-fat products, as high fats will "keep you satiated".

As for which foods dieters should stack their fridges and shelves with, the expert recommends starting the day with eggs. Healthy fats and oils are important, so slimmers should up their consumption of olive oil, oily fish and avocado - full-fat yoghurt is also good.

Mosley says that nuts are also a fantastic healthy snack option. They provide a good source of vitamins, minerals and vitamins, are high in fibre and contain healthy fats.

High-quality proteins are also recommended, such as turkey, chicken, oily fish, pork, eggs, beans, lentils and seeds.

Go for multi-coloured veggies to get as much goodness as possible from a variety of sources. These are also a great fibre source, which can also be gained from legumes and whole grains.

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