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London Nutritionist Yvonne Bishop-Weston warns against low fat diets in The Sun

She says low fat diets can often lead to you missing out on essential fats which are vital to preserve youthfull good looks, protect your heart andother vital organs including your brain.

She suggests the celebrity obscession with weight can result in the beauty equivilent of cutting your nose off to spite your face.

“If you don’t have enough Omega 3 fatty acids in your diet, then you don’t make a lovely membrane around the cell and the fluid escapes.

“So instead of getting lovely plump cells which make your face look youthful, you end up looking gaunt and get a distinction between your face and body.

“The reason we see this gaunt look in slightly older celebrities is probably due to long-term and continued dieting since their twenties."

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