Michael Mosley shares ‘key’ exercise for weight loss – ‘extraordinary impact’


    Dr Michael Mosley is known for inventing The Fast 800 diet, which is a diet plan proved to help slimmers lose weight. For those looking to shift the pounds, the expert recommends incorporating exercise into your daily routine.

    “Research has shown the extraordinary impact that ultra-short bursts of HIIT (high-intensity interval training) can have.

    “All in just a few minutes. Not only is it effective, but study after study has shown it is much easier to stick to.”

    High-intensity interval training has proved extremely popular in recent years as it has been shown to burn a lot of calories in a short period of time.

    However, according to one expert, the exercise should be done in moderation.

    Head Trainer at F45 Milton Keynes, Matt Willman explained: “When done in the right amount, it can help your body physiologically.

    “However, doing too much HIIT can lead to increased levels of Cortisol, the stress hormone, which can weaken the immune system and cause muscle atrophy and even fat synthesis.

    “A maximum of three HIIT sessions a week is plenty and should give you the results you want.”

    As well as incorporating exercise into your routine, eating a healthy and balanced diet is also recommended for those looking to lose weight.

    Dr Mosley explained: “To make a serious impact on your belly fat, cutting out sugar spikes is key.

    “A surprising number of ‘diet’ snacks and drinks are high in sugar and are marketed as diet foods because they happen to be low in fat.

    “This is supported by numerous studies. 

    “So – limit your intake of any food or drink containing more than five percent sugar to no more than twice a week.

    “This includes sweet fruits like mango and pineapple, and sugary smoothies and juices.”

    The expert also recommends cutting down on the number of carbs you eat because it helps to decrease appetite. 

    Dr Mosley added: “Replace processed carbs like white bread, chips and pasta with slow-release energy sources, such as brown rice or quinoa.

    “Two things will surprise you: the amount of sugar you were consuming unaware, and the speed at which your belly fat will begin to tame itself.”


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