The Scandi Sense Diet
Lose weight and keep it off with the life-changing handful method
By Suzy Wengel
Hailed as 'the simplest diet in the world', the life-changing handful method from Denmark will help you lose weight without calorie counting, exercise or faddish ingredients.
Featured in The Times.
Suzy Wengel lost 88 pounds using the Scandi Sense Diet - and has kept it off.
Lose weight and keep it off with the grassroots diet sensation that has taken Scandinavia by storm, the life-changing handful method that is hailed as 'the simplest diet in the world'.
The Scandi Sense Diet is the intuitive way of eating that helps you to cut calories without counting them, and adapts to your life rather than dictating it. Based on the principle of four handfuls of food per meal - protein, carbohydrate and two of vegetables, plus a spoonful of fat - and you decide the ingredients. No calorie-counting, no hard-to-source ingredients and no exercise - unless you want to.
The Scandi Sense Diet is not just about looking good - although it does work wonders on the physique. It takes a scientific approach that ensures good health across the board, including regulating blood sugar and cholesterol.
Suzy Wengel's 9-day plan is irresistibly simple, and has proven results that can be seen in the book's case studies. Put an end to yo-yo dieting and enjoy three satisfying meals each day, easily planned with your own two hands.
Suzy Wengel is a nutritional advisor, lecturer, scientific researcher and director of the biotech company RiboTask.
Suzy developed the Sense Diet to overcome her own weight gain, and it enabled her to lose 40kg in 9 months in 2011 - and keep it off. She has since helped hundreds of clients to achieve their own goals by following the diet. She has written The Scandi Sense Diet so that you can see the benefits for yourself at home.
Suzy lives in Denmark with her husband Jesper and their five children.
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22 Mar 2018
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Suzy Wengel is a publishing sensation in her native Denmark, where she has topped the bestseller list several times with books based on her method. It's now used countrywide by dieticians in Denmark. — The Times