‘Lend me your fork, son’. Alan Sugar on best diets for ‘Super Men’

14 Sep

Who would have known that a tiny sized fork is all that’s needed for a crash diet? Apparently so. The latest book by Alan Sugar ‘The Tiny Fork Diet’ argues that tiny food portions administered by tiny forks are an incredibly successful technique.

It transpires that after all, our kids and toddlers have not been intentional in painfully delaying the eating routine into an unbearably long experience. It was the tiny forks, which were responsible.

What i personally find even more interesting is the fact that it is Alan Sugar who is advocating such a diet – admittedly a man of no patience, a fiery, eccentric, flamboyant, ‘no bullshit’ sort of guy. And if Alan Sugar is on the subject of dieting, this is just the beginning. The diets are now the boardroom subject.

And if recent reports are anything to go by, men are flocking to new alternative ways to shed off the pounds, much to the annoyance and surprise of their partners. For one thing is true, men are much better at keeping their diets than women are…

So next time your toddler is having his long-tiny sized meal, why not join him?

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3 Responses to “‘Lend me your fork, son’. Alan Sugar on best diets for ‘Super Men’”

  1. Mascha September 16, 2011 at 3:45 pm #

    Such a relevant and insightful comment. It seems that the role reversal in the dieting space is firmly on the rise.

    • Katerina Zherebtsova September 20, 2011 at 8:45 am #

      Yes, as are many other things that were in the court of the opposite sex. We are redefining everything, some with good outcomes, some with a lot of confusion. Like for example the family estate: doesn’t seem to really exist anymore. Hopefully we’ll figure out the right balance soon.

  2. diets for men February 9, 2012 at 11:16 am #

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