Is Intermittent Fasting the Key to Successful Weight Loss?


New research from the CSIRO suggests that a ‘flexi diet’ could be the key to successful and sustainable weight loss. The ‘flexi diet’ combines intermittent fasting with meal replacements and one day a week where individuals can eat and drink anything they like. The 16 week trial resulted in participants losing an average of 11kg while also seeing improvements in cholesterol, insulin, glucose and blood pressure.

So, should you be following a ‘flexi diet’? Well, as with any ‘diet’, what works for some people may not work for others. What is important is that you find something that works best for you in the long term.

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Melanie McGrice is an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian with over 15 years experience in media and public speaking. Awarded the 'excellence in dietetics' award in 2012 for her leadership in weight management, and having practised at Eastern Health for over 10 years, Melanie has worked with some of the most challenging weight management cases. She is passionate about educating Australians to eat well, appreciate good food and maintain a healthy lifestyle, so that they can feel great and get the most out of life. Melanie's blogs provide nutrition advice, suggestions for increasing your physical activity, strategies for dealing with emotional eating, lessons from experts and my professional opinion on a range of dietary issues.


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