F-plan Diet

F-plan Diet

Nutrition
A high-fibre (35 to 50 g/day), low-calorie (1000–1500/day) diet created by Audrey Eyton, which is based on consumption of low-fat, primarily vegetarian foods.
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From the angry-looking vein pulsing away on the chef's neck Shibby was lucky not to have found himself placed on the F-Plan Diet - "F" standing for "fist" and the first course of the day being a knuckle sandwich.
YOU will have heard of the F-Plan diet, now Muttley gives you the ten-bend diet.
Gordon Ramsay has clearly never been anywhere near the F-Plan diet has he?
Instead of the classic F-Plan Diet, reader Ray Weldrand devised his own A-Plan Diet and only ate foods beginning with the letter 'A'.
In the 20th century there was the Hollywood Diet, otherwise known as the Grapefruit Diet, inspired by the slender screen gods and goddesses that began to influence the public's perception of how they should look; the Cambridge Diet that relied on liquid meal substitutes; The Scarsdale Diet, using artificial sweeteners and herbal appetite suppressants along with low carb foods; and the F-Plan Diet, which was high in fibre.
More than 20 year ago Audrey Eyton, the founder and editor of Slimming Magazine, and founder the first UK health farm, Ragdale Hall, revolutionised dieting with her famed F-Plan Diet, the first high-fibre slimming plan.
We fared slightly better with the F-Plan diet although, as countless music hall comedians are apt to point out, in addition to losing six pounds we also lost nine mates, such are the noxious effects of the high-fibre intake.
Claims: The follow up from the F-Plan Diet, the first high-fibre slimming plan.
I've been on the F-plan diet, a pear, barley and fruit juice diet - the Queen was on that one - that's all you could drink for two days.