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bestdo2012


Joined: 27 Jan 2013
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Posted: 2013-03-14, 07:23   Keep more Drink water

The 2-Day Diet – which many of you may have seen in the Daily EachSlim Mail the past few days – has been developed over years of research by award-winning research dietician, Dr Michelle Harvie, and internationally renowned Professor of Oncology, Tony Howell, who are both based here at the Genesis Breast Cancer Prevention Centre.
Dr Harvie and Professor Howell have been researching the zhen de shou links between diet, breast cancer and weight loss for the past 12 years. Following the results from a previous study of 34,000 women, which showed that a sustained 5% weight loss resulted in a 22 to 40 per cent reduction in breast cancer risk, they then set out to develop an easy-to-follow diet that people were likely to stick to.
The 2-Day Diet is nutritionally balanced, safe and easy to follow. To reach your perfect meizitang weight, all you need to do is follow a low-carb, low calorie diet for two days a week. For the rest of the week you simply eat normally but sensibly – ideally eating a healthy Mediterranean style diet.
As The 2-Day Diet helps fol-lowers ‘retrain’ their zi xiu tang appetites, they will find themselves naturally inclined to eat less, even on non-restricted days. Another added benefit is that
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