Michael Mosley’s Easter diet plan including red wine tip and how to avoid ‘slipping up’

Michael Mosley’s Fast 800 diet plan is a popular choice for many aspiring to lose weight fast and effectively, and with Easter just around the corner, many fear a “slip up” may be on the horizon. Easter is a long weekend spent with family and friends, and the temptation of breaking ones diet is ever present due to the copious amounts of food and sweets on offer.

That said, Easter should definitely be a time when you treat yourself in the company of friends and family, and break the odd dietary commitment. However, if you want to remain loyal to your nutritional regime, then the TV health guru has several ways in which to do so without spoiling the fun.

The main focus is to avert the appeal and attention of the chocolate Easter egg, the main culprit at Easter, making it seem all but appetizing. To do this, it is recommended you pack full your day with other delicious sustenance’s that won’t make you think twice about having any chocolate.

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Dr Mosley’s website says: “So many face the feeling of worry and dread when celebrations and long weekends are on the horizon. It can often be the moment people break away from their diet, or face the infamous “slip up”. The Fast 800 is designed to be followed for life and with life comes events, occasions and celebrations.

“By having a clear meal plan mapped out, you will be less likely to have a few extra chocolate eggs throughout the day. Eating Mediterranean-style meals, packed with protein, healthy fats and fibre, will ensure you stay full and nourished throughout the days.”

Mediterranean meals are Mosley’s specialty and something he enthusiastically champions. He attributes this diet to the overwhelming success that many find works for them in losing weight, and has since become extremely popular. For this Easter, Dr Mosley’s Fast 800 diet plan has several new recipes that you should consider:

  • Healthy vanilla pancakes, with stewed plums and yoghurt
  • A whole baked fish with lemon
  • Mexican baked avocado and eggs
  • A fasting fish curry
  • Asparagus with salsa
  • Fish and chips (not of the chip shop kind)

These are but a few options that the health expert recommends you try out this Easter, in the hope you won’t think twice about chocolate eggs or breaking the diet in general. Drinking as well can be an Achilles heel for many during Easter, the temptation to let your hair down in the sun can at times prove too tempting – never fear, Dr Mosley has tips for that as well.

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He said: “If you’re meeting up with friends or family in an outdoor setting, take drinks with you as it can be tempting to succumb into the high in sugar, alcoholic options that may be offered. Following a Mediterranean-style diet doesn’t ‘t deprive you of alcohol completely; red wine is our preferred drink of choice as it does have some health benefits, and may contribute a reduced risk of health conditions, if consumed in moderation.”

Some suggested drinks instead include:

  • Cucumber and mint spritz
  • Pomegranate mocktail
  • Red wine splash

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