Kerridge in hunt for weight loss volunteers
Michelin-starred chef wants locals to star in new BBC programme
CELEBRITY chef and owner of the only two Michelin-starred pub in the country, Tom Kerridge, is looking for locals to volunteer for his new TV show. The proprietor of the Hand & Flowers and The Coach, both in Marlow, is set to film a new BBC Two show about weight loss and wants locals to help him. Successful volun- teers will meet Tom, discuss their diets and be given recipes from the chef in a bid to shed some extra weight.
The brand new recipes have been created by Tom, in line with NHS weight loss principles.
While they are searching for lots of volunteers, the show will focus more closely on the weight loss battles of a handful of locals.
Tom has lost eleven stone over the last three years and has published a recipe book, The Dopamine Diet, which has topped best seller lists for weeks.
Tom’s Dopamine Diet celebrates foods that release the ‘happy hormone’ when eaten, helping you keep your diet for much longer.
His ‘ Dopamine Heroes’ include foods like double cream, beef and even chocolate.
The show is being produced by TV production company Bone Soup.
Chef Tom Kerridge and (left) the flyer fo the BBC Two show