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Dr. Michael Mosley, pictured, has developed a weight loss plan using simple recipes

Dr. Michael Mosley, pictured, has developed a weight loss plan using simple recipes

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Dr. Michael Mosley, pictured, has developed a weight loss plan using simple recipes

Or you are diagnosed with pre-diabetes, or you already have type 2 diabetes, these delicious low-calorie recipes will help you lose weight.

From filling breakfasts to quick lunches and tempting dinners, they prove that you don't have to compromise on the food you like to get the health you want – and you can even eat pudding.

How you choose to shift the extra pounds & # 39; s is entirely up to you.

There are a number of options depending on how much weight you want to lose and how quickly you want to do it.

The most important thing is to first determine your target weight.

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If you are told that you have prediabetes, the evidence suggests that you can make your blood sugar normal by losing about eight percent of your body weight. So for a 10th woman that means losing a little more than 11 lb.

If you have type 2 diabetes and you want to remedy this, you can lose at least 10 kg (1st 8 lb) – and keep it off – you can reverse the condition for the majority of people.

The evidence suggests that in both cases it doesn't matter how fast you lose weight.

To do this, try to consume 800 calories per day to reach your goal.

Alternatively, you can also opt for an intermittent fasting approach, such as with Dr.'s new 5: 2 diet. Michael Mosley. This means that you limit your calories to 800 a day for two days of the week and eat normally for the remaining five.

Dr. Michael & # 39; s tips for losing weight

As always with any weight loss plan, you should always consult your doctor before you begin. Seek medical advice if you …

● Has a history of eating disorders.

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● Take prescribed medication.

● Have a significant medical or mental health condition.

● Being pregnant or breastfeeding.

Don't go on a diet if you …

● Is younger than 18 years.

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● Are very lean or underweight (with a BMI of less than 21).

● Recovers from surgery or is generally vulnerable.

Fast days can be consecutive or not. It is up to you. But it is crucial to choose an approach that works for you so that you stick to it.

Once you have reached your goal weight, simply follow the NHS England dietary recommendations to prevent the pounds from crawling again.

As a rule of thumb stick to 400 calories for breakfast, 400 for lunch and 600 for dinner. But try not to exceed the daily totals: women are advised not to go more than 2000 calories per day, and it is 2500 for men.

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If you have followed the 800-calorie-per-day diet, you will have to work slowly to eat normally for a few weeks.

For more information about both weight loss options, more recipes and to purchase books, visit the website of Dr. Mosley, thefast800.com.

Banana pankakes

Serves for 2

● 1 large banana

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● 2 medium eggs

● A small handful of berries

Puree the banana well with a fork and beat the eggs in a separate bowl. Mix the two together until they are fully combined. Heat a non-stick frying pan and then bake a large spoonful of the mixture for 1 minute on each side or until golden brown.

Serve topped with berries.

This simple recipe serves two people and only has 148 calories per serving

This simple recipe serves two people and only has 148 calories per serving

This simple recipe serves two people and only has 148 calories per serving

Smoothie bowl garnished with fruit and nuts

Serves for 2

● 100 g of frozen mixed berries

● 1 frozen banana

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● 50 g low-fat low-fat yogurt

● 50 ml semi-skimmed milk

● 1 small apple, sliced

● 20 g almonds, coarsely chopped

Put the berries, banana, yogurt and milk in a blender and blitz until they are smooth. Pour the mixture into 2 bowls and cover with the apple slices and almonds to serve.

So smoothie bowl topped with fruit and nuts has 172 calories per serving
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So smoothie bowl topped with fruit and nuts has 172 calories per serving

So smoothie bowl topped with fruit and nuts has 172 calories per serving

Black pudding hashish with fried eggs

Serves for 2

● 1 medium-sized potato, approximately 150 g, coarsely chopped

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● 1 small carrot, grated

● 1 slice of black pudding, about 50 g, finely chopped

● 2 medium eggs

Boil the potato in boiling water for 8-10 minutes until soft. Then drain with a fork and stir in the grated carrot, black pudding and add some herbs. Use your hands and shape the mixture into two pasties. Heat a non-stick frying pan and cook for 4-5 minutes on each side until golden brown. Meanwhile, boil the eggs in the same pan as desired and serve on top of the tamper patties.

This recipe with black pudding and fried eggs contains 216 calories per serving

This recipe with black pudding and fried eggs contains 216 calories per serving

This recipe with black pudding and fried eggs contains 216 calories per serving

Pink porridge and kiwi

Serves for 2

● 75 g rolled oats

● 100 ml of semi-skimmed milk

● 100 g of frozen strawberries and raspberries

● 1 kiwi, peeled and sliced

Put the oats, milk and 250 ml of water in a small pan and bake for 5-6 minutes. Meanwhile, place the berries in a small bowl and thaw them in the microwave for 1-2 minutes until they are soft. Puree very well with a fork until they become a puree. Once the oats are cooked, stir the berries until the mixture turns pink. Serve topped with the kiwi.

This pink porridge and kiwi has 211 calories per serving and only lasts a short period of time

This pink porridge and kiwi has 211 calories per serving and only lasts a short period of time

This pink porridge and kiwi has 211 calories per serving and only lasts a short period of time

French toast with berries

Serves for 2

● 1 large egg

● 50 ml semi-skimmed milk

● ½ tsp vanilla extract

● 2 slices of whole grain bread

● 75 g of mixed berries

Beat the egg in a large bowl with the milk and vanilla. Dip both sides of the bread slices in the mixture. Heat a non-stick frying pan and cook the bread for 2-3 minutes on each side until golden brown. Serve topped with berries.

This recipe for French toast and berries has only 165 calories per serving and is very fast

This recipe for French toast and berries has only 165 calories per serving and is very fast

This recipe for French toast and berries has only 165 calories per serving and is very fast

Muffins with eggs and spinach

Serves for 2

● 4 small handful of spinach

● 4 medium eggs

Preheat the oven to 200C / 180C fan / gas mark 6. Serve the spinach in four holes of a non-stick muffin tin. Crack the eggs, season with salt and pepper and cook in the oven for 10-12 minutes or until the whites have hardened.

These egg and spinach muffins only contain 161 calories per serving

These egg and spinach muffins only contain 161 calories per serving

These egg and spinach muffins only contain 161 calories per serving

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