Dr Michael Mosley often shares his weight loss tips with slimmers online as well as on television. He is the creator of The Fast 800 – a diet plan that helps people lose weight quickly.
According to Dr Mosley, slimmers can begin losing weight fast by following his The Fast 800 diet.
He explained: “The Fast 800 is a great place to start if you’re looking to lose weight.
“It provides you with all of the tools you will need to start changing your lifestyle for the better.
“Once you’ve entered your goals, you will receive meal plans, recipes, shopping lists, exercises and mindful exercises to help you achieve your objective.”
The nutrition expert recommended eating foods that are a “good balance of protein, fibre and healthy fats”.
This is essentially the Mediterranean diet, which includes ingredients such as fatty fish, vegetables, lentils, nuts, wholegrains, and more.
Dr Mosley continued: “The good news is, whether you incorporate intermittent fasting or not, a low carb Mediterranean Diet has unique power not just to restore your body’s ability to reach its ideal weight and stay there, but also to cut your risk of serious disease.
“It doesn’t come from a place of restriction but rather it’s about eating more of the right foods.
“One thing I would say is there is mounting evidence that it is better if you finish your evening meal earlier, rather than having a late meal, skipping breakfast, and then fasting until lunchtime.
“So, however you do time restricted eating, I would recommend you try and stop eating by 8pm and then not eat anything again with calories before breakfast the next day.
“If you are fasting for 12 hours, you can have breakfast at 8am.”
He added: “Then you might try moving it a little bit later, to 10am for breakfast.
“In that case, you might want to have something like a meal replacement shake for breakfast, which might be more convenient if you’re at work.
“If you’re really pushing it towards eating all your food in eight hours, which is trickier, then you’d probably aim for something like skipping breakfast altogether and having lunch around 12pm or 1pm.”