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Giles Yeo, a teacher at the University of Cambridge, recommends eating less of everything and not counting calories

Do you want to lose weight? You have to eat less of everything! Leading geneticist comes up with remarkably simple advice for the perfect diet

  • Geneticist Giles Yeo has six top tips for losing weight in his new book
  • The Cambridge teacher said dieters should not remove entire food groups
  • He told Hay Festival that eating less is important and that we don't have to be afraid of food
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Whether it's the Atkins or the Paleo diet, many weight visitors have done their best to lose weight.

But now a leading geneticist has found a very simple dietary solution – he says we should eat less of everything and not & # 39; blindly & # 39; calories must count.

Giles Yeo, a teacher at the University of Cambridge, has presented his six best weight loss tips in his book "Gene Eating: The Science of Obesity and the Truth About Diets."

Giles Yeo, a teacher at the University of Cambridge, recommends eating less of everything and not counting calories

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Giles Yeo, a teacher at the University of Cambridge, recommends eating less of everything and not counting calories

He said at the Hay Festival that dieters should accept weight loss, & # 39; difficult & # 39; but feasible if they flipped bit by bit & # 39 ;.

His second tip is to eat & # 39; less of everything & # 39; – but not to remove certain food groups, unless you have an allergy.

He said: & # 39; Do not demonize and exclude whole food groups unless medically justified. Too much of everything is bad, and too little of everything is bad. & # 39;

Mr. Yeo said he once spent 29 days on a vegan diet and lost 10 lb (4 kg) as much as he wanted while eating. Meanwhile, his blood cholesterol level dropped by 12 percent.

The geneticist said dieters should accept weight loss is & # 39; difficult & # 39; but feasible if they gradually & # 39; whistle away & # 39;

The geneticist said dieters should accept weight loss is & # 39; difficult & # 39; but feasible if they gradually & # 39; whistle away & # 39;

The geneticist said dieters should accept weight loss is & # 39; difficult & # 39; but feasible if they gradually & # 39; whistle away & # 39;

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Some of his other tips are eating food that takes longer to digest because it makes you feel full and avoiding blindly counting calories.

& # 39; Food that takes longer to digest goes further into the gut and gives you a full feeling & # 39 ;, he added. He also recommends eating more unsaturated fats, including avocado, nuts and olive oil.

Finally, he said & # 39; don't be afraid of food & # 39 ;, saying that & # 39; is better to understand food and work with it better than to be afraid of & # 39 ;.

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