Have a late breakfast
Dr Mosley’s famed for his 5:2 and Fast 800 diets, that promote intermittent fasting eating routines.
He calls it “time restricted eating”, which involves fasting for a 12-hour period every 24 hours.
On top of weight loss, he also claims that following this eating pattern offers people a number of benefits including mood improvement and an increase in energy levels. Plus, it’s easy to do on holiday too.
Plus, it’s easy to do on holiday too.
Dr Mosley recommended checking what the latest available time to eat is at the hotel or accommodation where people are staying.
“There is mounting evidence that it is better if you finish your evening meal earlier, rather than having a late meal, skipping breakfast, and then going to lunchtime,” he explained.
“You might try moving [breakfast] a little bit later to 10am. In that case, you might want to have something like a meal replacement shake for breakfast, which might be more convenient if you’re travelling.”
Pushing breakfast back to 10am means that those following the intermittent fasting plan can eat until around 6pm.