Nutritional experts have slammed the latest Aitken diet as "complete rubbish" and without any benefit to people trying to loose weight.
The new version of the diet, which involves eating only the fleshy parts of disgraced former Tory minister Jonathan Aitken has come under criticism from both legal and health care professionals.
"It is borderline legal whether you can eat a convicted perjurer." said Mr A. Barrister Q.C. "There are precedents for this kind of behaviour, but I would not like to test them before a court of law."
Mr Bay Consan-Wich a member of the guild of nutritionists gave us the following statement:
"Conservative flesh is by it's nature is grasping and self serving and as a result it is not recommended for human consumption"
The controversial new version of the Aitkin diet came to light when a break off group of protein only munchers re-named the controversial body weight reduction system and promised to eat only Aitken until they were thin.