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We all know that diet is extremely important to our health but with so much conflicting advice it's hard to know which diet will give the best results.
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The message from doctors has long been to swap animal fats, such as butter, for so-called healthier non-animal fats, such as sunflower and olive oils, to reduce the risk of heart disease.
Drinking water won't aid weight loss: expert
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Cut sugar to five percent of daily calories: World Health Organisation
The World Health Organisation has changed recommendations to suggest we cut sugar to just five percent of daily calories.
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High protein diets are all the rage, but a recent study has suggested that they are not necessarily beneficial to our long term health.
Meat and cheese could be as bad for you as smoking
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Heart, cancer and brain expertsHealth experts are forever telling us to lower our saturated fat intake for optimum health, but now it appears "bad" fat is worse for our appearance too – it goes...
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If you're trying to reduce your sugar intake, then going easy on the booze is probably a good idea.
Nut allergy breakthrough
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High protein diets increase risk of kidney disease
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Red wine, berries and herbs could halt diabetes
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Diet soft drinkers eat more food: study
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Which country has the healthiest diet?
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