March 2019 Foodwatch Newsletter - the Easter choc and bun-fest!

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Tuesday, 26 March 2019.
Tagged: chocolate, Foodwatch Newsletter, health, healthy eating, healthy kids, healthy lifestyle, kids, newsletter, nutrition

 March 2019 Foodwatch Newsletter - the Easter choc and bun-fest!
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Easter will be late this year – 19 to 22 April – and I’m already sick of seeing chocolate eggs, bunnies and bilbies everywhere. Not forgetting Hot Cross buns which have been on sale since January!

March's Foodwatch Newsletter looks at overindulgence, French women and more...

 Why do extended retail cycles have to dictate what we can see and buy? And why does it have to start so early? I know I sound like the Easter Grinch but this is becoming ridiculous. In this newsletter I detail why extending the "celebration time frame" is detrimental to our health and our actual enjoyment of the festival. Naturally, there’s lots more in this newsletter – not all critical, I promise! While you can check it out online here why not subscribe?

As usual there's much more including "All things chococlate", What's new on the Foodwatch website, a French Diet podcast and What I'm eating now. 

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