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DIET plans and exercise programmes are important when trying to get into shape. What is the best diet for weight loss? An expert told the food you should be eating more of.

PUBLISHED: 14:39, Wed, Dec 4, 2019 | UPDATED: 14:51, Wed, Dec 4, 2019

A quick search online will bring up many different diet plans all promising fast results. Knowing which one really works is not always easy but there are some key foods which can help dieters get into shape. Eating foods high in protein and counting calories can be the best way to slim, a personal trainer told

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Diet plans offer a simple way for Britons to ensure they hit weight loss goals.

However, a structured plan is not always the best way to stay in shape, Harry Smith, nutritionist and personal trainer at Snap Fitness told

Instead, those hoping to lose weight can see results by watching what they eat.

He explained: “There is no best diet for weight loss. Just best principles that suit the individual person.”

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Best diet plan: High protein weight loss foodsBest diet plan: A high protein diet can help slimmers get into shape (Image: GETTY)

Counting calories and choosing a sustainable diet plan will get the best results.

“You need to be consuming less calories than you expend,” Harry added.

“The best way to know this is to eat based on the below principles and monitor your body weight weekly as well as tape measurements, if they’re decreasing you’re in a caloric deficit.

“You need to be able to stick with the diet for the long term.”


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