Written by Ally Sutton, September 11, 2016
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Nobody looks more lethally lovely in booty shorts than Margot Robbie in Suicide Squad!

But for her recent starring roles as Harley Quinn, and Jane in The Legend Of Tarzan, she refused to diet 24/7, instead opting to indulge in sweets and beer, then sweat it all out at the gym.

“It was my first time living in London properly and I wanted to try every pub,” Margot, 26, confesses.

She admitted to cheating for Tarzan, even boasting to her diet-restricted co-star Alexander Skarsgard, “I was like, ‘Mmm, mmm, mmm, I’m eating cake and you’re not!’” Ouch!

So, turns out you can have your cake and look hot in hotpants, too – and if you do it the right way with the Cake Cleanse (cakecleanse.com), you won’t even need a trainer!

How does it work?

It all comes down to allowing little indulgences in between nutritious meals.

“The diet helps you lose weight by including sweet snacks which are indulgent, delicious and packed with nutrients to satisfy and give you energy,” the diet’s founder Deborah Schipper tells NW.

So while the treats you eat look like cake, taste like cake and are, in fact, cake – they’re also healthy. They allow you to reset your eating habits so that you’re eating natural, instead of processed food.

The cleanse includes a four-week plan and recipe eBook so you can keep kicking goals even after the cleanse is done.

How much will you lose?

“The Cake Cleanse encourages a sensible and sustainable weight loss of one to two kilograms per week,” explains Deborah, adding that people generally have better moods and more energy because there’s no sugar highs and lows. Oh, and it might have something to do with, you know, being able to eat cake…

What do you eat?

You still enjoy three vegetable and protein-rich meals a day, two snacks, coffee, tea, water and unlimited salad. Plus, did we mention the cake?!

“The ‘bad’ elements in treats, like sugar and white refined flour, are replaced with healthy ingredients like nuts, Greek yoghurt, dates and cacao,” adds Deborah.

“Instead of empty calories, the food is full of protein, vitamins, minerals, fibre and healthy fats.”

Ready to get your cake on like Margot? Then check out our recipe and plan…

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