• Gary Moller

The "No Snack Diet", your key to a great body, enduring performance and fantastic health!

When I woke this morning, I was not hungry, so I got stuck straight into work. By 11 am I was hungry, so I had a good feed. So much for breakfast being the most important meal of the day!

While in my 20's and running marathon consistently faster than 2 hours and 40 minutes, my weight was 60-61 Kg. I was like a salty pretzel.

By 50 years of age, my weight had climbed to about 64-65 kg and I was not healthy. I began measuring my body fatness. I also began questioning what I had learned about nutrition while at university, including the need to snack. What I was doing and what I was telling my clients to do was clearly not working for me!

From 60 years of age, my body fat had declined from 17% down to about 8% and I now weigh from 61-63 kg. I carry more muscle now than during my 20's and this is despite not having stepped inside a gym in the last 15 years!

This goes completely against everything we are told about what happens to our bodies as we age: we lose lean tissue and we gain fat!

I'll tell you what I did with my diet to reverse this process of decline (of course, I did a whole lot more including diet, but the way we eat is hugely important).

Please make Dr. Penny your heroine. She looks great and it is not from Botox and image airbrushing. One reason why she looks so good is the way she eats.

Dr. Penny Kendall-Reed

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General Rules for fantastic health, athletic endurance and a great body:

  1. No snacks between meals. You may take your vitamins and have a cup of tea. No calories between meals, please.

  2. Have at least five hours between meals. That equates to three hours digesting, then at least two hours of burning fat stores.

  3. Eat well. Eat foods that are nutritious. Favour foods that YOU have prepared yourself from their raw ingre