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Mortified nurse sheds seven stone after her bikini top SNAPS on holiday in Benidorm… and claims it’s all down to diet drink loved by Chloe Ferry and model Demi Rose

By Josie Griffiths - 15th August 2017, 4:22 pm - Updated: 15th August 2017, 4:37 pm   Mel Pearson piled on the pounds after the death of her mum - but has now dropped five dress sizes A MORTIFIED nursery nurse shed seven stone after her bikini top SNAPPED on a family holiday, exposing her to a group of total strangers. Size 28 Mel Pearson decided to squeeze herself into a size 18 bikini for the trip to Benidorm, Spain - with disastrous results. The now 25-year-old ballooned to 20 stone when she started comfort eating following the death of her mum, at the age of just 16. Mel, who has a fiance called Amy, would snack on crisps, biscuits and...

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Skinny Sprinkles: does the drink dubbed a gastric band in a glass really work?

By Madeleine Howell 27 July 2017 • 10:52am An increasingly popular slimming aid has been billed as the equivalent of a gastric band, thanks to glucomannan, an ingredient which works to suppress the appetite by expanding in the stomach. Skinny Sprinkles has been endorsed by numerous reality TV stars including Holly Hagan of Geordie Shore, who has undergone a radical transformation since first appearing on our screens. Lateysha Grace of The Valleys (pictured below), model Demi Rose and Chloe Sim of The Only Way is Essex have also credited the supplement with weight loss on social media. Skinny Sprinkles come in the form of small sachets of powder, which you add to water. On the company's website, the product is described as...

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The slimming aid hailed a gastric band in a glass.

Skinny Sprinkles contains glucomannan and is consumed before each meal It's endorsed by Geordie Shore's Holly Hagan and Valleys star Lateysha Grace Said to mimic a gastric band by filling up stomach to make you feel full  It also contains guarana, vitamin C and niacin, claimed to boost your work out Glucomannan is EFSA-approved to aid weight loss and lower cholesterol levels But nutritionist says natural high fibre foods are more nutritious – and cheaper But drink can help snacking addicts - as long as used sensibly, says Fiona Hunter She warned 'It's not a magic and works only as part of a calorie controlled diet'   By Claudia Tanner For Mailonline Published: 14:40, 25 July 2017 | Updated: 07:37, 26 July 2017...

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