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Take a look at the topics I've covered:
I outline why obesity (overweight) is on the increase and the reasons why such as portion sizes, a decline in movementn sleep, menopause, etc … and why I've known of them for some years. I also tackle pumpkin and tell you will it should be listed as a super food. You can read the Newsletter here.
I let you know about the plant-based alternatives to meat … and why I’m wary of them. I also tackle eggs (that smart staple) and chewing gum pros and cons You can read the Newsletter here.
I cover how to boost your immune system, how to eat the best chocolate and what is the best exercise to maintain a healthy weight as you get older (a biggie for most of us, myself included). You can read the Newsletter here.
I write about new research from the US which showed that distraction is bad for your waistline so don't read or view things whilst you eat. That includes your mobile! Then I cover breast cancer, National Nutrition Week plus Walk to Work day, as well as giving my verdict on the newest packet soups. You can read the Newsletter here.
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