Weight loss warning: 'Healthy' drinks that nutritionist says dieters should avoid
Happy people schedule regular exercise and follow through on it because they know it pays huge dividends for their mood.
A top nutritionist is warning against drinks which appear to be healthy, but in actual fact may wreck your diet.
Smoothies, fizzy drinks, alcohol and shop-bought juices are on the no-drink list for dieters, says Susie Howe, a Hertfordshire-based nutritionist.
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Speaking to The Express, Susie said: “I keep all my advice realistic and relatable by offering the practical application of well-evidenced solutions to make positive and sustainable life changes.
By Ryan Brookes
Instead, we should be adding high nutrient foods to keep us satiated such as protein and fibre that will also feed the gut microbiome. For example meat, fish, beans, pulses, fruit, and vegetables.
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