Need a new diet in 2014? BBC Good Food has just the thing

Healthy diet plan features tips from Jess Ennis and Mo Farah

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If you’re still feeling bloated from the Christmas feasting, this may be just what you need to get back on track: a free 28-day healthy diet plan from BBC Good Food.

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Featuring  exclusive recipes from BBC Good Food and tips from superstar athletes such as Jessica Ennis and Mo Farah, it also has a series of Q&As with leading experts on fitness, weight loss and special diets.

The Healthy Diet Plan includes recipes compiled by BBC Good Food’s nutritional therapist Kerry Torrens. In all there are 21 nutritionally-balanced meals in the plan, including breakfasts, lunches and dinners, plus healthy snack suggestions. 

”After a month on this plan, you’ll feel full of energy – and you may even see some weight loss too,” says Torrens. “The plan is well balanced, so none of the major food groups have been left out, giving your body a boost of nutritionally rich food from fresh fruit and veg, lean protein, healthy fats, wholegrains and fibre, while staying well hydrated.”

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For more info and to sign up, head here.