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I'm a nutritionist and this is how to reset your diet for a healthier 2024

Nutritional therapist Gabriela Peacock shares her top three tips on how to reset your  diet to improve vitality and feel younger

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Rosie Nixon
Editor at Large
3 January 2024
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Gabriela Peacock is a nutritional therapist and has worked with a host of stars including HRH Princess Beatrice, Joan Collins and Billie Piper, with Princess Beatrice saying of her approach: "Gabriela’s advice is full of solutions that work brilliantly for all aspects of your life."

We spoke to the nutrition expert for her tips on how to reset your diet to feel more energetic and youthful in 2024. In her reset video, Gabriela shares with HELLO! three simple ways you can reset your diet to kickstart your wellbeing and look younger… Watch her advice below and read on to find out more about Gabriela.

WATCH:Nutritional therapist Gabriela Peacock says our diet can help us feel younger

Who is Gabriela Peacock?

Princess Beatrice and Gabriela Peacock at a dinner in London© Getty
Princess Beatrice and Gabriela Peacock

Previously a model, Gabriela spent nine years studying nutrition before setting up her first clinic in London in 2012. A few years later, she launched a range of supplements based on her extensive experience understanding the role supplements play in supporting restful sleep, increased energy, healthy immune function, weight loss and general physical and mental wellbeing.

Wanting to help more people than she could in her clinic, she went on to create GP Nutrition and is the bestselling author of two books including her latest, 2 Weeks To A Younger You.

Gabriela's advice for resetting your diet

1. Balance your blood sugar

Gabriela advises including good quality protein in every meal, alongside carbohydrates to ensure your blood sugar is balanced.

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2. Try intermittent fasting

Gabriela suggests including intermittent fasting in your lifestyle, in a way that works for you. "It's important to find the one that really works for you," she implores. "That's the only way it will be effective and sustainable."

READ: Intermittent fasting explained: Rosie Huntington-Whitely and Jennifer Aniston are fans of the diet plan 

Her favourite mode of fasting is 16:8, which sees you eat in an eight-hour window.

Princess Beatrice's nutritionist Gabriella Peacock wears white shirt in a kitchen
She is a nutritionist to the stars

3. Take supplements

Look for supplements with high potency and bioavailability, Gabriela says.

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