As seen on ITV's Save Money: Good Health 'The beauty of the G Plan is that it's about abundance...You'll be surprised how quickly positive affects appear!' - Top Sante
'G Plan the diet that really works' - Irish Sunday Independent
Losing weight never felt so good.
Do you want to lose weight easily and healthily? Do you want to improve your gut health? Do you want to increase your energy and vitality at the same time? The latest research in nutrition suggests that if you want to lose weight for good, you need a healthy gut with a diversity of good bacteria. Beginning with a digestive 'rest' and including the 10 best gut healthy foods, the 21 day plan will help you say goodbye to bloating and discomfort, lose even stubborn weight and look forward to increased energy, clear skin and improved mood. Over 40 recipes are included that are quick and easy to prepare, and success stories are featured throughout. The G Plan Diet is weight loss+.
Amanda Hamilton (Author) Amanda Hamilton has been one of the UK's most established nutritionists for over a decade with a career that's included more than eight internationally syndicated TV series and three best-selling books. She's currently the resident nutritionist on BBC Radio 2's Steve Wright show (seven million listeners) and a regular on Sky News. She is a qualified professional nutritionist and a senior associate of the Royal Society of Medicine. She is an ex-international sports competitor and fitness enthusiast, including training in yoga during a sabbatical in India. Day to day Amanda works as a consultant, columnist and guest event speaker, as well as running her retreat business and licensed spa programmes in the UK, Spain and Greece where any retreat begins by talking about the gut - the inside out approach. Hannah Ebelthite (Author) Hannah Ebelthite is a freelance health, fitness and wellbeing writer. With nearly two decades experience in journalism, she has held staff posts on Cosmopolitan, Zest and Healthy magazines, and writes for a wide range of national publications, including The Daily Mail, The Telegraph, The Daily Express, Woman & Home, Glamour, Healthy Food Guide, Top Sante, Healthy, Health & Fitness, Conde Nast Bride, Mother & Baby magazine. She has ghost-written several health books and is a member of the Guild of Health Writers. Hannah lives in southwest London with her fitness-journalist husband and their six-year-old twin boys. When not working she can be found running around Richmond Park, throwing Kettle Bells around on the common, or coaching at her local running club.