Middleton-approved diet book coming to Canada

Kate-wave Prince William and his fiance Kate Middleton leave City Hall in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on March 8, 2011. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)

Kate Middleton's dwindling frame is again in the news, but this time there's speculation a diet book for the masses could be behind her dropping pounds.

Middleton's mum Carole has already told the world how she started using 'The Dukan Diet' to lose weight and now there are rumours that Kate too could be a follower.

The French diet is made up of four high-protein phases that lets dieters munch on lean-meats, seafood and oat bran but steers them clear of carbohydrates.

There are also large exercise and water drinking components.

The book is due to go on sale in Canada on April 19th, but don't rush to the book store just yet.

France’s National Agency for Food, Environmental and Work Health Safety has put the fad book on its list of 15 potentially risky diets and the British Dietetic Association has named it as one of the five worst diets of 2011.

So, unless you're petrified of walking down the aisle in front of 1 billion viewers, it might be best just to avoid that Kate Middleton Pez dispenser and go for a run this weekend.




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