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The delicious, nutritious and versatile way to lose weight and keep it off for good

IF YOU’RE CARRYING SOME EXTRA POUNDS, your heart will thank you for tucking into my nutritious, tasty diet plan. With a day-by-day menu to get you started, there are also recipes, snacks and product suggestions to follow, which you can mix and match. My plan will allow you to burn off up to 2lb a week if you also get physically active each day. I’ve included heart-friendly foods like oats, nuts, apples, pears, avocados, pulses, lots of colourful vegetables and oily fish, which help to lower cholesterol as part of a healthy lifestyle. Here are my tips for keeping it healthy:

■ Choose a variety of meals and snacks for a spread of nutrients.

■ Keep tabs on your five-a-day – our recipe symbols will help you.

■ Include meat-free days, plus two 140g portions of fish, one of which should be oily fish, each week.

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About Healthy Food Guide

Is your diet missing the essential nutrient for better heart health? New research pinpoints the foods to include every day, and our heart-friendly diet plan makes it easy. We investigate the rise of food allergies among adults, with free-from cooking tips, gluten-free bakes and best buys, plus we put plant-based ‘sausages’ and spreads to the test. And, if you’re struggling to lose weight, find out why your partner could be to blame…