Podcast 20: Breaking news – a bigger, better podcast

Breaking news – the podcast goes bigger & better to celebrate Kate’s new approach to fasting and food – The Dirty Diet. 

The first episode of the 5:2 Diet Podcast for 2018 comes with exciting news. Kate Harrison explains how the podcast is going to expand to include more tips, ideas and interviews to help you stay a healthy weight, and feel better in body and mind.

To tie in with Kate’s new intermittent fasting approach – The Dirty Diet: Ditch the Guilt, Love your Food – this podcast is going to get bigger and better, with episodes on:

  • Why cheese is a superfood (if superfoods even exist);
  • How carbs keep you human;
  • Eating more germs – why dirt keeps you alive;
  • House-training for humans – the science of good habits.

Plus, Kate will be chatting regularly to dietitian and nutrition expert Helen Phadnis – who has a very down to earth approach to eating – plus many other experts from the food, health and psychology worlds – as well as people who’ve achieved amazing things with this way of life. Kate’s guinea pig dieters lost up to 15lbs in only 4 weeks on The Dirty Diet, and also saw significant improvements to their gut health, digestion, skin and sleep.

The new approach also means a new title – Live Happy, Eat Dirty: health & diet ideas for real people. Kate explains what that means and what’s coming up. If you’re already subscribed to the podcast, you don’t need to do anything to get the new episodes – but if not, subscribe through iTunes or your podcast provider.

To read more, go to thedirty-diet.com or preorder the new book. And to join Kate’s 5:2 group on Facebook, click here.  

 Important Note:

This podcast is for information only and is not intended as medical advice, or as a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. There are some people who shouldn’t follow this diet: children and teenagers, and pregnant or breast-feeding women. If you take medication have a pre-existing medical condition, including Type 2 diabetes, you should talk to your doctor before making any dietary changes. In addition, anyone with a history of eating disorders should definitely not undertake this without talking to their doctor or specialist.