Is it possible to eat well, most of the time and get slimmer and healthier as you do it? With The Fast Diet it is!
Two years on from first publication of The Fast Diet, which outlined a radical new approach to weight loss and started a worldwide health revolution, intermittent fasting and the 5:2 programme is still the diet everyone is talking about.
In this fully updated and expanded edition for 2015, Dr Michael Mosley and Mimi Spencer revisit the health phenomenon of the decade. This bigger, better version of the original book will include:
New testimonials and case studies from Fast Dieters
An update on new science and research presented by Dr Michael Mosley
An update on Fast Diet lifestyle presented by Mimi Spencer - getting the best out of your Fast Days in practice
Some new recipes plus some Fast Day Favourites - a 'best of' selection from across the Fast books
New section on the psychology of dieting - mindfulness, willpower and good habits
How to get the most out of incorporating HIT and exercise into your programme
An all new Fast Diet planner
An improved, user-friendly calorie counter
About the Author
Dr Michael Mosley is a British journalist, scientist, producer and TV presenter.
Mimi Spencer is a feature-writer and columnist for publications including the Mail and the Evening Standard.
"The most popular diet this century." -- Daily Telegraph "The diet that has made even the sceptics sit up and listen." -- Sainsbury's Magazine "The biggest diet revolution since the Atkins" --Daily Mail "The only diet you'll ever need" --Mail on Sunday "The diet that works" --Radio Times "The year's most talked about weight-loss trend" --Daily Express "Intermittent fasting is ideal for those of us who can just about manage to be good, but lack the long-distance rigour of saints" --Allison Pearson "The scientific evidence that Intermittent Fasting can have numerous health benefits is strong" --Professor Mark Mattson, National Institute on Aging "A modern phenomenon...it sometimes seems as if every other person you meet is following the Fast Diet" --The Guardian