Michael Mosley: Why you should eat eggs for breakfast if you want to lose weight ‘rapidly’

Dr Michael Mosley has created several subsistence allowance over the years the newest is the Fast 800 Keto. In 2019, the weightloss The expert discussed the benefits of eating just 800 calories a day if someone is looking to lose weight “quickly.” But with so few calories to consume, Dr. Michael explained why eating eggs for breakfast could help you lose more pounds.

BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker introduced: “The man who popularized the 5:2 diet is back with a new regimen they claim is more manageable.

“Instead of cutting down to 500 calories twice a week, Michael Mosley now recommends 800 calories every day.

“Michael is here to explain: is this the next stage of 5:2? How did you get to the why? Is it science that tells you 800 calories?

Dr. Michael replied, “Yes, it is evolution if you will.

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The diet expert discussed the science behind the weight loss plan, saying: “A study done in the north of England, it was 800 calories a day, for up to 12 weeks, and the average weight loss was around 14 kg.

“There was another study done by Oxford [University] and they lost 10 kg in a year”.

“Let’s see what 800 calories would look like,” said Louise Minchin.

“So these are your three meals for the day, it’s not much.”

“Okay, for breakfast I have eggs and asparagus, the book has a variety of recipes, but I’m a big fan of eggs, eggs fill you up,” said Dr. Michael.

  ब्रेस्ट में सूजन के साथ-साथ रहता है दर्द तो भूल से भी न करें इग्नोर, खुद से ऐसे करें चेक

“You can have scrambled eggs, boiled eggs, however you want them.

“Sometimes I have eggs with ham or a little salmon.

I’m afraid no toast, lots of tea and coffee, lots of fluids.

“I would encourage anyone on a low-calorie diet to drink plenty of fluids, because it’s going to dry you out.”

Presenters noted a lack of starchy carbs in meals and Dr. Michael revealed why: “It’s low carb, that’s one of the things that’s clear now, following a low carb diet is a ketogenic diet and its body begins to burn fat. .

“Your body runs on two different fuel systems: sugar and fat, and only when sugar starts to drop do you switch to fat mode, and that takes 10 to 12 hours unless you’re on a relatively low-carb diet.

“I wouldn’t recommend being low carb all the time, I think there are good reasons to eat carbs.

Vegetables are all carbohydrates, but they are healthy carbohydrates,” he added.

There are many breakfast recipes on the Fast 800 website that include eggs.

Mexican baked avocado and eggs.

The recipe serves one and there are 279 calories per serving.

It takes 10 minutes to prepare and 15 minutes to cook.

Speaking about the breakfast recipe, Dr. Michael said, “This dish is packed with protein and healthy fats, to start the day feeling full and keep you energized until lunch.”


Baked eggs:

Half pitted avocado

A large free-range egg


30g cherry tomatoes, quartered

chopped fresh coriander

A quarter of a red onion, chopped

A quarter of a lime, in juice

20g feta cheese, crumbled

  Do not eat this food combination in the rainy season even by mistake... it can become poison for you!

Sea salt

Black pepper


1. Preheat the oven to 220ºC.

2. Scoop out a little of the middle of the avocado to make room for the egg. Save the extra avocado for the sauce.

3. Crack the egg into a cup, taking care to keep the yolk intact. Place the avocado half in a baking dish, propping it up along the edge so it doesn’t tip over. Gently spoon the egg yolk into the hole in the avocado, adding as much white as will fit. Gently place the baking dish in the preheated oven and bake until the egg is cooked, which will take about 15 minutes.

4. Meanwhile, assemble the sauce. Combine tomatoes, cilantro, onion, lime juice, feta cheese, and remaining avocado chunks. Spice with salt and pepper.

5. Serve baked avocado eggs topped with salsa. Enjoy.

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