Many people are on a lifestyle change with the new year in full swing. But are you eating in a way that will prolong your life?
According to Professor Roy Taylor of the Daily Mail, losing weight and controlling health ailments such as diabetes is as easy as one, two, three.
Stage one involves 12 weeks of shakes and soups totaling to 600 calories a day and one serving, about 100 calories, of non-starchy vegetables per day. Avoid alcohol, which can be thought of as liquid fat.
Stage two starts when you reach your target weight, reintroduce foods slowly one meal at a time starting with dinner, then lunch and ending with breakfast. Step three is maintenance by eating smaller portions of food. As always you should consult your doctor before starting a weight loss plan.