Women's Fitness


Slashing food intake to 800 calories a day, fasting twice a week or an outright ban on cake – a wave of quick-fix diets is coming at us right now. Facing a new obesity policy urging us to get in shape to beat coronavirus, it’s tempting to go quick with our weight-loss resolutions.

A drastic regime, designed to reduce a morbidly high BMI in a matter of weeks, might be just what the doctor ordered. But, for most of us – especially when we just need to lose a few pounds – radical dieting will inevitably fail.

A high percentage will dump their extreme diet

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