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The 5:2 Diet Podcast with Kate Harrison

The 5:2 Diet podcast – all the tips, interviews and information you need to lose weight and feel great with intermittent fasting. It’s easy, flexible - and free: this podcast will help YOU 5:2. Presented by Kate Harrison, author of The 5:2 Diet Book and three other books on this lifestyle: www.the5-2dietbook.com
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Jan 22, 2015

Episode 6:

The 5:2 Diet Podcast with Kate Harrison Episode 6: your flexible 5:2 diet – how to enjoy family life, holidays and special occasions – and still stay a healthy weight

Intermittent fasting lets you enjoy the good life and food without guilt, and this podcast offers lots of hints and tips for managing holidays, celebrations, and family meal times. We also discuss how to talk to family members about fasting. Plus Kate reads another extract from the diary she kept when she embarked on 5:2 – and raves about the power of beetroot. And she shares her thoughts on the diets discussed in the BBC mini-series, What’s the right diet for you? screened in January 2015.

Read the notes at www.the5-2dietbook.com/podcast6 or subscribe on iTunes

Important Note:

 

This podcast is for information only and is not intended as medical advice, or as a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. There are some people who shouldn’t follow this diet: children and teenagers, and pregnant or breast-feeding women. If you take medication have a pre-existing medical condition, including Type 2 diabetes, you should talk to your doctor before making any dietary changes. In addition, anyone with a history of eating disorders should definitely not undertake this without talking to their doctor or specialist.

Jan 17, 2015

The 5:2 Diet Podcast with Kate Harrison Episode 5: the other five days – how to enjoy your food when you’re not fasting, including treats, without undoing your hard work

Can you eat normally when you’re not fasting on 5:2 – and should you calorie count, or try to keep to a limit? In this episode, Kate talks about how to adjust your eating to a healthy, balanced diet where treats are allowed and nothing is banned. She demystifies BMR, TDEE and WOE – and reads out her diary entry from her first post-fasting Friday… and reflects on what she’s learned since 2012.

Read the notes at www.the5-2dietbook.com/podcast5 or subscribe on iTunes

Important Note:

This podcast is for information only and is not intended as medical advice, or as a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. There are some people who shouldn’t follow this diet: children and teenagers, and pregnant or breast-feeding women. If you take medication have a pre-existing medical condition, including Type 2 diabetes, you should talk to your doctor before making any dietary changes. In addition, anyone with a history of eating disorders should definitely not undertake this without talking to their doctor or specialist.

Intro and Outro music: Festival by Topher Mohr and Alex Elena, YouTube Audio Library

 

 

Jan 8, 2015

Episode 4: What to eat on a fast day – a menu of food ideas

Are you confused about what to eat on Fast Days – whether to avoid carbs, buy ready-made or cook from scratch? Kate talks about the heroes and villains of fast day food; shares the idea of mini ‘ doll’s house meals’; and weighs up the pros and cons of home-made versus ready. Plus she runs through some delicious menus, answers three listener questions about breakfast, balance and evening snacking, and reveals  the cult of the cauliflower…  

 See more at www.the5-2dietbook.com/podcast4  or subscribe on iTunes.

 

Important Note:

This podcast is for information only and is not intended as medical advice, or as a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. There are some people who shouldn’t follow this diet: children and teenagers, and pregnant or breast-feeding women. If you take medication have a pre-existing medical condition, including Type 2 diabetes, you should talk to your doctor before making any dietary changes. In addition, anyone with a history of eating disorders should definitely not undertake this without talking to their doctor or specialist.

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