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As heard on Sky News... The easy 21-day plan for a happier, healthier and longer life. We are not being given the truth about our health ...A diet that allows red wine, chocolate and the most delicious Italian food you can imagine? The Pioppi Plan offers just that, but so much more - lose weight, de-stress and live healthier and longer with this revolutionary new programme.Pioppi itself, a small Italian village which is home to the healthiest, longest-living people in the world, offers secrets that have never before been shared- until now.Based on five years of research and drawing on over 100 studies on Pioppi, Dr Aseem Malhotra, a trained cardiologist, has created a plan which is designed to provide readers with the joy and wellbeing of a Mediterranean lifestyle by making small 'marginal gains' over a 21-day period. Each little change the book encourages you to make will add up to weight lost and years gained, across eight key areas- diet, movement, sleep, stress management, sunshine, exercise, posture and social interaction.This isn't a diet or lifestyle which requires saying 'no' to the things you love, nor exercising for hours upon end, but rather making simple, achievable and long-lasting changes.In just three weeks, The Pioppi Diet will help you make simple, achievable and long-lasting changes to how you eat, sleep and move - changes that all of us, no matter how busy we are, can make. 'Revolutionary' Richard Thompson, former physician to HRH Queen Elizabeth 'This book has the power to make millions of people healthier and happier.' Andy Burnham, former US Secretary of State for Health About The AuthorDescribed as an "inspiration" by Jamie Oliver, internationally renowned award winning Consultant Cardiologist Dr Aseem Malhotra has become one of the most influential and well-known health campaigners in the UK. He writes regularly in academic medical journals and print newspapers such as the Guardian, Telegraph and Daily Mail and is regularly seen on broadcast media in his campaign against sugar and highlighting the harms of too much medicine.Dr Malhotra has been named alongside anti-obesity activists such as Michael Bloomberg and Michelle Obama and a few months ago he was featured in the New York Times on his co-production documentary film The Big Fat Fix which in July premiered in British parliament and was also subsequently screened in the European Parliament. He is also Cardiologist advisor to the UK's National Obesity Forum. The Pioppi Diet is his first book.
Although there is no one 'Mediterranean diet', most traditional diets from the region are high in heart-healthy fats such as the monounsaturated fats from olives and olive oil.
The Plan advocates two to four tablespoons a day (for the top ten Pioppi Diet foods, click here) for its heart health and anti-inflammatory benefits and its ability to buffer post-meal blood sugar spikes. Earl Grey tea and 95 per cent cacao dark chocolate also feature as do Greek yoghurt and lots of oily fish such as mackerel.
A diet that allows red wine, chocolate and the most delicious Italian food you can imagine? The Pioppi Plan offers just that, but so much more - lose weight, de-stress and live healthier and longer with this revolutionary new programme.
The Pioppi Diet is also big on oily fish like salmon and sardines (three portions a week as a minimum), eggs (ten a week; Pioppi chickens aren't slackers), full-fat dairy, coconut oil and dark...
Once you accept that pasta and bread are important elements of Mediterranean cuisine, the actual Pioppi diet involves lots of fruit, vegetables, fish, starchy carbohydrates, mushrooms, nuts and...
The Pioppi diet involves no starchy carbs, nor sugar and encourages people instead to eat foods like eggs, cheese and full fat dairy products, Jane Clarke from Nourish explains.
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