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Jul 3

How YOU can lose weight eating Greggs sausage rolls and doughnuts – Daily Star

GREGGS purveyor of all things pastry have released a diet plan to the shock of many.

The high street bakers, famous for the Jaffa Cake doughnut and the steak slice, have released an eating plan scientifically proven to make participants lose weight.

Greggs commissioned independent dietitian Laura Clark to devise a 30-day eating plan constructed entirely from its menu.

It even includes slices of pizza and the odd doughnut enough to persuade even the most committed of couch potatoes to give it a try.

Hannah Barth, a new mum who took part in the experiment said: I put on a lot of weight during my pregnancy and have struggled to lose it since my son was born.

"Like any new mum Im always rushing around so have found it difficult to find the time to diet.

"The Greggs Minimise Me plan was so simple to follow and incredibly convenient, making it easy to stay on track. Im thrilled to have lost over a stone and have made positive adjustments to my lifestyle, being more active which has resulted in more energy Ill definitely continue with a healthier, more balanced lifestyle.

The diet averages about 1,200 calories a day and four participants,including a new mum, a bride-to-be, a sales rep and a teacher with a hectic lifestyle, lost a collective two stone.

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Dietician Laura Clarks top tips for pre-holiday diets:

1) Monitor what you're eating either through a diary, online tool or quick photos taken on your phone. Raising awareness of the food you put in your mouth is a powerful first step and those that monitor their intake have been shown to double their weight loss.

2) Dont be afraid of eating on the go there are lots of healthier options out there. Try opting for a salad or low-calorie wrap for your lunch.

3) Try to eat breakfast every day! This sets you up for the day. Porridge pots are a great option if youre pushed for time and eating on the go.

4) Look at how much protein youre eating. Regulating it across the day and including at each meal or snack can help to keep you fuller. Lean protein sources are best - chicken, eggs, fish and pulses for example. Look at the ways that fitting light exercise into your day can lead to a healthy lifestyle.

5) Regular exercise tends to breed healthier dietary habits. Using a step tracker to aim for the national guideline of 10,000 steps per day is a great start to burning more calories.

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