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A black brew is thought to raise metabolism as its larger molecules are poorly absorbed in the intestine, which may encourage the growth of weight loss-boosting bacteria.
It is thought English breakfast tea only relaxes blood vessels, which leads to improved blood flow, when taken without milk.
All the dieting you have done in the past has just 'programmed' that intuition out of you.
Do yourself a big favour and get rid of all your diet books and magazines.
By attending a weekly diet meeting you are surrounding yourself with people who are constantly repeating a pattern of behaviour that is proven not to work.
So, from today, start surrounding yourself with naturally slim, fit healthy people, and start to behave in the same way they do.
Even the leading weight loss companies admit that studies show that around 85 per cent of people who lose weight on a diet will put all that weight back on.
In order to get rid of your diet mentality and establish the behaviour of a naturally slim woman, you need to remove yourself from the dieting environment too.
Eating disorder expert Joanne Labiner likened Water Fasting to conditions like anorexia and said it should be avoided, especially at a time of year when people are considering slimming down after Christmas. That's why people with anorexia can die of a heart attack. 'Naturally slim women do not diet and give themselves permission to ditch anything that claims to be a 'weight loss diet'.
Their body feeds on their heart.'Our body thinks it's an emergency and tries to prevent that fat storage from being used up, and it feeds on the muscle'. If you are aiming to lose weight and become a naturally slim woman you must stop doing what fat people do and start doing what slim, fit, healthy people do. Naturally women instinctively know what to eat and how much to eat.
The trend has become popular on social media with thousands of people using the hashtag #waterfast to document their progress and encourage others to take part.
But critics have warned it could be 'the most dangerous diet ever' and said that it was taking the trend for cleansing way too far.
Nutritionists have expressed concern over a dangerous new fad diet which bans everything but water, tea and coffee, it was reported this week.