Martine McCutcheon lost a stone back in 2017. It was revealed the actress had become an ambassador for the Cambridge Weight Plan.
Martine went on: “My loss was a tiny bit slower than the average person but to be honest I expected that as many diets/food plans didn’t work for me at all as the lymes disease and m.e can really play havoc with how your system works. [sic]
“Plus my consultant Donna stressed that my health is the most important thing so I took things a little more slowly whilst feeling more energised and even with health issues I’ve still managed to do it!
“Only 5 and a half weeks and My BMI is in a much healthier range – and on my step of the plan I love that I can still have my green juices, porridge and real food.”
Paid for diet plans help many Britons lose weight every year.
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What is the Cambridge Weight Plan diet?
The Cambridge Weight Plan sees dieters formulate a personalised plan.
Then it provides low calories meals, shakes, bars, soups, snacks and smoothies to aide dieting.
The plan’s website said: “Choose your personal diet Consultant who will help you create your Plan and give you the products you need.
“Keep on track with your Consultant’s support, and see the weight drop off.”
Another weight loss aide includes apple cider vinegar.
Weight loss studies have found the optimum amount of apple cider vinegar to drink.
One study found that two tablespoons a day helped adults lose 3.7lbs over three months without changing up any other aspect of their diet.
Another study found those who were dieting lost double the amount if they took two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar a day.