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I have just read the article, it reads as if she is mixing diets, low fat, mediterrean and 2 day diet. Why eat low fat yogurt if she is glucose intolerant they have more sugar in them.
I know, not very good Is it? The thing is, I am sure she is a very nice, well meaning lady but every few months she waxes lyrical about her latest diet and the next thing you know, she has put all her lost weight back on again and is the rubbishing the latest failure.
I, irrationally, feel rather protective about our 5:2 way of life (I refuse to call it a diet) and I just hate to see it get a bad press, which I know is inevitably going to happen at this lady's hands.
Rant over, 5:2 is a survivor and time will see it triumph, I have no doubt about that,
I am not sure but I think the 2 day diet recommends doing your fasts on consecutive days, could be wrong, anyway, not a good advert for whatever she is trying to promote,
It has been discussed here at some length in various topics (try the Google Custom Search for 'Two Day Diet OR Daily Mail OR Harvie') and there is a book published by Genesis the UK breast cancer charity.