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March is packed full of "Awareness Campaigns". From salt to meat, from kidney health to women's issues. That's why I've devoted this Februrary issue of the Foodwatch Newsletter to the upcoming campaigns and I give you my take on them.
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While I support raising awareness of issues that can cause health problems and that we can actually do something about ourselves, I'm not always 100 per cent in agreement with the way they're promoted. So this month, I'll tell you what's on in the way of Health Awareness Campaigns and I'll give you my take on them. So why not check it out here.
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Catherine Saxelby knows nutrition! She is an accredited nutritionist, food commentator, blogger and award-winning author. Her latest book Catherine Saxelby's Food and Nutrition Companion answers all those tricky questions on healthy eating, diets and supplements. It draws together a lifetime of advice and gives you all you need to know to eat right! It's a complete A to Z. A handy desk go-to reference.
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Hi. I’m an accredited nutritionist, blogger and award-winning author. I can help you make sense of all those crazy diets and weird super foods.
My aim is to help busy women eat well so they can attain and maintain a healthy weight while having heaps of energy.
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