Distracted eating, Breast Cancer Awareness, Walk to Work and more - September 2019 Foodwatch Newsletter

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Tuesday, 24 September 2019.
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Distracted eating, Breast Cancer Awareness, Walk to Work and more - September 2019 Foodwatch Newsletter

Did you know that:

  • distracted eating can lead to overeating?
  • drinking alcohol increases a woman's risk of developing breast cancer?
  • or that regular walking can reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes?

These and more are covered in our latest newsletter. Take a look!

Important health info in the September Foodwatch Newsletter!

This month we look at how small changes can dramatically change your health outlook from breast cancer, to type 2 diabetes and your overall fitness, health and wellbeing. What's more, it's backed up by the latest research. You can read the September Foodwatch Newsletter online here, or, better still, subscribe.

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Catherine Saxelby

About the Author

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.