Weight Loss: Dr. Mosley Shares ‘Surprising’ Foods and Drinks to Cut Down on Snacks


Dr. Michael Mosley often shares his weight loss tips with thin people online as well as on TV. He is the creator of The Fast 800, a diet that helps people lose weight fast.

When it comes to weight loss, Dr Mosley previously told Express.co.uk that diet and exercise go hand in hand.

If you want to lose weight, thin people are advised to exercise regularly and consume fewer calories.

Dr Mosley advised eating 800 calories or less per day, which is why he suggested his Fast 800 diet.

The diet describes the foods and ingredients that lean people should eat to stick to the recommended calories.

These foods are mostly Mediterranean ingredients, which Dr Mosley says are “some of the healthiest ingredients on the planet”.

But to consume fewer calories, slimming can also try to snack less during the day.

Dr Mosley shared his top tips on how to cut down and even avoid snacking.

Surprisingly, eating dairy products can help people lose weight.

The nutrition expert said: “Whole milk and yogurt are encouraged.

“Much to the surprise of people, including me, there have been a slew of recent studies showing that whole milk drinkers not only tend to be thinner than those of low fat varieties, but also have a lower risk of metabolic syndrome – or high blood pressure, high blood sugar, and high blood fat levels that can increase your risk for heart disease.

“The likely explanation, studies show, is that consuming high-fat dairy products keeps you fuller for longer, thus reducing the appeal of sugary snacks.”

Another tip is to stay hydrated, according to Dr. Mosley.

Dr Mosley advised that you only exercise for a few minutes a day.

Even walking up the stairs a few times can be good exercise – as long as you are moving.

The nutrition expert concluded: “As soon as you have finished the last meal of the day, brush your teeth.

“It will help you avoid snacking and snacking.

“It’s also a psychological trigger that it’s the end of the day.”


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