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Tuesday, 24 August 2010

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The medical world has been rocked today by a sensational new claim from Jill Mottershed from Barnsley who has sensationally revealed a new, low cost, guaranteed form of weight loss.

"It was quite simple really." Reveals Jill "I'd tried loads of diets before, including all the celebrity Christmas dvd's and such like. In the end I always ended putting weight back on. So I wondered if it would work if I just ate less and exercised more. Much to my surprise it did, the weight just kept coming off. I'm astounded."

Before Jill tried the diet she discussed it with her friends who told her she was "mad" and "it wouldn't work"

Best friend Jackie said "We all told her it wouldn't work, but she didn't listen. We all know that if you want to lose weight you have to have a celebrity and a gimmick. But as it turned out we were all surprised by the results."

Jill started the revolutionery new diet back in January and cut down on the amount of food she ate and started exercising three times a week. She has lost three stone over the last six months and celebrities are now lining up to endorse the diet. Jordan AKA Katie Price said "It's great and it works. I had to get someone to read it out to me a couple of times but I think I've got the hang of it now. I'd love to endorse it and I'd do the exercise bit naked if that helps sales of the DVD."

We suggested it probably wouldn't.

Carol Vorderman, of detox diet fame said "Jill has broken all the rules with this diet. There's no gimmick, there's no equipment, no specific food type. This truly does rip up the rule book. It's great. I'd love to endorse it."

Jill was last seen muttering "what a bloody fuss about nothing." before going on a 30 minute gentle walk.

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