How to maximise your health in pandemic times and more

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Tuesday, 28 July 2020.
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How to maximise your health in pandemic times and more
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During the pandemic many of us have spent a lot more time indoors, less time exercising (even walking to the station) and more time snacking on energy dense, comfort foods. If you feel unhealthy or a little sluggish or have packed on the kilos recently then this newsletter is for you. 

Maximise your health

In the July Foodwatch Newsletter I'll give you the heads up on COVID risk factors and how to reduce them. I'll also cover new research into fasting for cancer treatment, tell you the real truth about chicken salt, what I’m eating now and what’s new on the Foodwatch website.

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