‘Sabotaging weight loss without knowing!’ Michael Mosley’s common reason for diet failure


“I call it activity rather than exercise because most people don’t like doing exercise. 

“There’s also stress management – there are also lots of techniques I teach you about how to reduce your stress levels because when you are stressed, you sleep badly when you sleep badly, you gorge on sugary, carby junk, unfortunately,” he explained. 

“After a bad night’s sleep, people eat on average 300 calories more than normal. 

“So this is not a deprivation diet, but what it does do is switch on all sorts of mechanisms within the body which are hugely beneficial. 


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