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Fat: The good, the bad and the tasty

Fat: The good, the bad and the tasty

Due to the popular low-fat diets of the 80s and 90s, combined with the even more popular high-fat diets of the 2000s, many people are confused by this hotly debated nutrient: fat. We clear up the confusion.

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Health check: Should you weigh yourself regularly?

Health check: Should you weigh yourself regularly?
Being overweight increases your risk of heart disease, so getting to a healthier weight by eating well and exercising regularly is one of the best things you can do for your long-term health. But is it helpful to weigh yourself regularly to check your progress? And if so, how often should you do it?
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5 simple protein-packed meals to ward off hunger

5 simple protein-packed meals to ward off hunger

Protein is an essential part of helping you feel full and satisfied, and one of the best ways to getting back in control of your appetite is ensuring you’re eating protein-rich foods at each of your meals. So here are five protein-packed meals that you can throw together to help get you through the day!

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Moving around has big health benefits – and now we know how big

Moving around has big health benefits – and now we know how big
Pretty much everyone knows that taking exercise helps people stay in good health. It staves off chronic ailments like type 2 diabetes and heart disease and – maybe – helps us live longer.
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Protein: The building blocks of the body

Protein: The building blocks of the body

Of all the macronutrients, protein is the one that hasn’t received much negative press. It’s loved by all. And for good reason. Protein is the building blocks of almost all our major body tissues – including the heart – and should be consumed daily for overall good health, growth and repair.

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