Twitter is the world"s biggest slimming club when you tweet what you eat to lose weight


Twitter is the world's biggest slimming club when you tweet what you eat to lose weight

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01:10 GMT, 8 October 2012

The Twitter diet

It's midnight, we're waving our dinner guests off and I can hardly move.

I've eaten three courses of Greek food, finishing with homemade baklava and ice cream, and all I want to do is collapse on the bed clutching a pack of Rennies.

Instead, I log into Twitter and post a full description of the meal, with the hashtag #tweetwhatyoueat.

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A carrot a day keeps the Twitter police at bay

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A bowl of healthy soup, now with added smug

Whether you choose to eat chocolate cheesecake, left, or a bowl of healthy soup, right, tweet about it and feel the disapproval or the adulation of the twitterati