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Have health concerns? Want help to lose weight? The Hay Diet can help!

The Hay Diet has been around for a long time and is well known for improving the lifestyle of individuals who follow the food combining rules.

Part of its success is due to the fact you generally do not have to stop eating the foods you enjoy, instead change when it is you are eating them.

It has also been very successful for individuals who due to illness are unable to exercise.

Another advantage of the Hay Diet is you do not need to starve yourself in order to get results. People have regularly reported that they eat more on the Hay Diet than previously and are still losing weight as well as improving their health! We are regularly updating the site with new recipes, you can click here to view some examples.


It's not all about weight loss! There have been countless reports of illnesses that have been either improved or eradicated by following the rules of the Hay Diet such as allergies, arthritis, diabetes and irritable bowel to mention a few.

Our intention for this website is to provide support and to make it as easy as possible for visitors to understand the way the Hay Diet and food combining works and how it can improve lives. We sincerely hope the Hay Diet can become a part of your life as it has ours.


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"Doing the Hay Diet ... I lost a stone, without even exercising."
Jane Torvill (Olympic Gold Medal Winning Ice Skater)

"I’m going to be 50 in June and I’m planning a huge party to celebrate. I’ve never felt so good."
Karen Barber (Dancing On Ice Star)

“You can eat all sorts of lovely things like cream and cheese, but you just don’t mix protein and carbohydrates in the same meal.”
June Brown a.k.a Dot Cotton from East Enders