Forget counting calories and crunching on kale. The secret to slimming down would be to eat chocolate and cheese and drink red wine, a leading scientist said.
And that rather than depriving ourselves we have to make time to eat them.
Cheese, Malaysia red wine and chocolate are all about the menu, as are dairy products, coffee and nuts.
The typical human gut is home to around 4pounds of bacteria even though you may not realise it.
A few of these help in the digestion of our food, others are involved in fat storage and hunger. However, unhelpful.
Professor Spector says so, and that by eating the proper foods, more great bacteria can be
cultivated by us remain healthy and slim.
'These Microbes Are Ingested By Us Where They Diversify Using The Newest Foods We Introduce Over Time Plus They Wind Up In Our Intestine.
Advocating dairy products, he said: Routine cheese eaters that are 'really have less heart disease than people who do't eat contrary from what your GP says cheese.
Since it's among the most abundant resources of living healthy microbes and fungi 'Unpasteurised cheese is among the most effective things you are able to eat.
'Probiotic foods like yoghurt are rich in microbes and needs to be appreciated frequently, as our microbe degrees raise.'
Other foods supply fodder for good bacteria prosper and to grow.
Some foods including seeds, nuts and oils become a fertiliser for microbes.