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Jane Plan Weight Loss Diet

What is the Jane Plan Weight Loss Diet?

The Jane Plan weight loss diet is an adaptation of the 5:2 diet.

JanePlan offers a range of 70 different calorie reduced meals for the 2 days of restricted calorie intake.

They claim to have sold more than 16 million meals to more than 65,000 customers.

The Jane Plan is provided in association with Woman Magazine, which is read by more than a million adults.

The company, Janeplan Ltd is UK based, and was incorporated in 2010.

Trustpilot.com lists 954 reviews, of which 76% were 5 out of 5 (excellent) and 9% were 1 out of 5 (bad).

Long term weight loss

When working with clients on weight loss, we often find that they have a reason to eat the wrong types of food or the wrong amount of food.

This includes high levels of processed fats, processed sugars, emotional binge eating and subconscious grazing.

The actual reasons are often hidden in the subconscious mind, but may be linked to a traumatic event or learnt behaviour.

Short term diet plans are more likely to fail, when people go back to their previous eating patterns.

It could be the body's coping mechanism.

FreeYourMind.UK can help release those subconscious concerns and decouple them from the eating patterns, using advanced psychology approaches, such as hypnotherapy, virtual gastric bands, Havening and BWRT.

This can make it much easier to adopt new eating patterns and to become the healthy weight that you want to be.

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What is the 5:2 diet?

The 5:2 diet made popular by Dr Michael Mosley in 2012 after the BBC2 television Horizon documentary "Eat, Fast and Live Longer.

Five days of the week are normal eating days, while the other two restrict calories to 500–600 per day.

The NHS recommend caution.

The 5:2 diet is based on the 2-Day Diet by Michelle Harvie Tony Howell, which is the original, clinically proven intermittent diet.

Unlike other 5:2 diets, there’s no calorie counting, fasting or skipping meals. People simply follow the low-carb, low-sugar plan for two days a week, then for the rest of the week eat normally but sensibly with the help of the healthy eating guidelines.

Dr Michelle Harvie is an award-winning research dietician at Genesis Breast Cancer Prevention, specialising in optimum diet and exercise strategies to prevent breast cancer and its recurrence.

Prof Tony Howell is Professor of Medical Oncology and specialises in pharmacological and lifestyle measurements to prevent breast cancer. He is also Research Director of Genesis Breast Cancer Prevention.

Contact us today for help with your weight and diet.

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