Andy Leeks used to weigh 16 stone and was 3 stone overweight according to his BMI. He couldn't shift the weight that had crept on in the last few years and decided to try a number of different diets including 5:2, juicing, Atkins and the cabbage soup diet. The ten diets he actually used were as follows, the 5:2 diet; the Special K diet, where two out of three meals are replaced by Special K cereal or snack bars; following NHS guidance for a healthy diet; a juice fast; the high-fat, low-carb Atkins diet; a raw food diet; the baby food diet (replacing two out of three meals a day with tiny jars of baby food, in order to cut calories); calorie counting using a mobile phone app; the grapefruit diet, which involves having either grapefruit or grapefruit juice before or after each meal, supposedly to boost fat-burning; and the cabbage soup diet.
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