Antonia Hoyle

Why summer diets don’t work

It‘s science, stupid

  • From Spectator Life

Tis the season to eat salads and wear skimpy clothes. At least, that’s what we’re led to believe, egged on by adverts featuring bikini-clad models, barely-there fashion in shops, television series such as Love Island that equate sunshine with slender figures and the perennial expectation that we should by now be ‘beach body ready’.

We’re undoubtedly more sociable in summer.

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