The Holy Diet
A round of applause for Stitch who has lost half a stone using her new 'eat less' diet. Now this diet takes serious will power.
Every ready to help - I have invented the 'holy diet'.
It's not like the 'Jesus Diet' where you only eat loaves and fishes (honest I read it in the Observer). On the 'holy diet' you can scoff lots of ciabatta - my bread of choice these days. How can it make you fat when it's full of holes?
You may like to eat it with a little Swiss cheese.
For 'pudding' how about some Maltesers (above)? Their old adverts used to boast about it.
I'm thin now - but I spent the first 45 chubby years of my life trying to lose weight.
This is the book that finally helped me - though it might not be for everyone.
I've mentioned Susan Powter's fat formula before.
Look at the food label. Multiply the kcal from fat by 10. If this comes to more than one third of the total no of kcal then don’t eat it. If it’s less go ahead. Ignore any of the claims on the label.
Oh and you have to move about a bit as well.
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