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PremierLeague-News.Com - The technique is ideal for those people unable to fit exercise into their daily routine
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Dr Michael Mosley has shared a rapid weight loss tip for people who struggle to fit exercise into their everyday lives. Dr Mosley is renowned for offering diet tips and his methods have proved increasingly popular over the years. The health guru's programmes have won a number of awards, and he was named "medical journalist of the year" by the British Medical Association for a ground-breaking programme on helicobacter pylori - a common infection in the stomach that can cause indigestion, heartburn and ulcers. Dr Mosley regularly features on This Morning and shared advice on his podcast, Just One Thing, for how people with a busy lifestyle can still remain active through "exercise snacking" - as The Express reports. READ MORE: Lorraine viewers question Louise Redknapp's 'out of touch' style advice The technique involves doing multiple short bursts of exercise throughout the day, which he claimed can be more effective than trying to fit it all into a full workout. He added: "Stairs are a particularly good way of getting in a few exercise snacks. "The surprising thing about exercise snacking is that although each session is short, it gives you the same – possibly even greater – fitness and health benefits than doing a full 30-minute workout." Dr Mosley revealed this simple weight loss hack "can really help" people wanting to shed some extra pounds, if paired with other lifestyle changes, such as following a rapid weight loss method. It is one that has been found to be "more effective" for weight loss, but he warned people it does come with some rules.
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. He said: "The scientists have been telling me for some time now that you can be better off doing rapid weight loss diet and that is doing 800 calories a day." He referenced two big UK studies that examined this with groups of more than 300 people. One group was allocated a rapid weight loss diet and the other on a normal slower paced one. He explained: "It was those that did the rapid weight loss that lost the most weight - 10kg sustained over two years. The other lot didn't lose much weight and they put it on again. "So it turns what you believe on its head. There's another big study out of Oxford that says that and an even bigger study coming out of Australia that will say that." Receive newsletters with the biggest and breaking TV and showbiz news by signing up here Spain clarifies rule as Brits told they have to spend £85 a day Loose Women's Carol McGiffin shows off 'new look' with 'face full of fillers' Universal Credit, PIP, ESA and JSA benefit payment date changes for August Channel 4 A Place in the Sun 'fail' as property viewing is 'gatecrashed' Rylan Clark addresses relationship rumours as fans issue Coleen Rooney demand
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