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Prince Harry’s nutritionist reveals how you can get fit in two weeks

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Expert nutritionist Gabriela Peacock is a true nutrition guru: Throughout her career, she worked with Prince Harry, Princess Beatrice, and actress Joan Collins, among other celebrities. 

Now share a mantra that will help you lose up to four kilos in just two weeks without starving, or at least not much.

The technique is called the 4:3 diet, or four-thirds. In an interview with the Daily Mail, Peacock says that it consists of intermittent fasting for three alternate days: these days, the number of calories should not exceed 500 if you are a woman and 600 in the case of men. 

On the other three alternate days, you have to reduce your calorie intake by 20%. The seventh day is the magic day, in which you can eat literally everything you want.

There is also a more traditional intermittent fasting plan, called 16:8, which involves fasting for 16 hours and restricting the eating period to 8.

Peacock is convinced that both methods are equally effective.

“I find intermittent fasting is by far the best because you don’t need to go to the shops and buy a special food or pay a lot of money or pay someone,” says the expert.

She emphasizes that what she likes most about this type of diet is that you only need to know “when you’re eating and how you’re eating” to achieve impressive results.

The dietitian advises that before doing this diet, it is necessary to evaluate blood sugar levels to avoid fatigue and bad mood.

 To maintain normal glucose levels, Peacock recommends combining fruit, yogurt, nuts, hummus, and cheese.

The famous nutritionist emphasizes that “combining carbohydrates and proteins is really important.” 

“A lot of people just eat up carbohydrates, and they don’t think about the protein,” says Peacock, who says it’s important to add protein to all meals, including snacks.

A serving should consist of a quarter of protein: it can be both animal-like meat, fish, chicken, or eggs and vegetable -like soybeans or lentils. 

One more quarter is for starchy vegetables — for example, potatoes — and cereals. Vegetables should occupy the rest of the dish.

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