Nutrition

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Academic and doctor Chris van Tulleken: ‘Ultra-processed products are food that lies to us’
The author on how his mission to improve our national diet began – and where it needs to go

Tim Adams

19, May, 2024 @11:00 AM

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Cash incentives may help men lose weight, research finds
Men with obesity offered incentives and sent healthy-eating tips in Game of Stones trial found to have lost most weight

Tobi Thomas Health and inequalities correspondent

15, May, 2024 @7:30 AM

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Cheese, please! Eight everyday foods that are great for gut health – and aren’t kimchi, kombucha, ’kraut or kefir
There’s more to looking after your internal microbiome than stuffing down the four Ks. Here are some cheap, readily available alternatives

Clare Finney

12, May, 2024 @2:00 PM

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Soya, nuts and yoghurt: the diet tweaks that can ease the symptoms of menopause
It’s crucial to look after your gut microbiome. So avoid ultra-processed foods, eat healthily and try blueberries, and beetroot for help with hot flushes too

Anna Berrill

11, May, 2024 @12:00 PM

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Appetising, delicious food served up to prisoners? It works for the Nordic countries | Lucy Vincent
Inmates cook together, eat together – and sometimes even forage together. It puts Britain’s rat-infested facilities to shame, writes Lucy Vincent, chief executive of Food Behind Bars

Lucy Vincent

07, May, 2024 @11:00 AM

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UK cottage cheese sales boom as social media craze drives demand
Influencers’ inventive recipes for high-protein dairy product have boosted trade by 40% for one producer

Jack Simpson

03, May, 2024 @4:27 PM

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The truth about protein: how to get enough – at every age
We need protein to build muscle, produce hormones, regulate mood and appetite, and strengthen bones. But how much, and what kind, should you eat every day?

Amy Fleming

15, Apr, 2024 @9:00 AM

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‘It’s eating what the sea provides’: Galicia’s Atlantic diet eclipses Mediterranean cousin
In Fisterra in north-west Spain, a diet rich in seafood, fruit and vegetables survives, and has been found to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes and heart-related conditions

Sam Jones in Fisterra

13, Apr, 2024 @6:00 AM

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Why are kids being forced to eat lunch in silence?
Saving their social time – and their emotional lives – is more important than ‘achievement’ activities

April McGreger

04, Apr, 2024 @2:00 PM

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‘I can’t make them eat it’: Teachers and parents share school meal concerns in England
Shrinking portions, very beige servings and rising costs leave schools and families bewildered

Clea Skopeliti and Jedidajah Otte

15, Mar, 2024 @3:41 PM

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Our daily bread can be a dietary disaster | Letter
Letter: Chris Young from the Real Bread Campaign says mass-produced supermarket bread is very different from genuine sourdough, in response to an article on ultra-processed food

12, Mar, 2024 @5:09 PM

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Climate anxiety adds to teenagers’ fears | Brief letters
Brief letters: Betrayed youth | Ultra-processed foods and health | Sheffield United | Treasury orthodoxy | A hug for James Timpson

07, Mar, 2024 @6:39 PM

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