The danger food dunces: 77% of Britons fail IQ test on hidden salt, sugar and fat By Jenny Hope PUBLISHED: 00:07 GMT, 3 January 2013 | UPDATED: 11:43 GMT, 3 January 2013 Britons are unaware of the high levels of salt, sugar and saturated fat hidden in their favourite foods, a survey has revealed.
Could Roquefort be GOOD for the heart Blue cheese has 'anti-inflammatory properties' that guard against cardiovascular diseaseBiotechnologists say Roquefort may be a 'miracle food' behind French diners' famous good health But claims the mouldy blue cheese is a miracle health food are rotten, says leading nutritionist | UPDATED: 08:46 GMT, 18 December 2012 When you settle down to the cheese board this Christmas, try not to feel too guilty.
Ditch the fancy diets, just cut down on fat: Eating healthily is more reliable way to lose weightCutting back on butter, cheese, cakes and crisps could see you lose up to three-and-a-half poundsPeople who cut back on fat rather than dieting see results in six months | UPDATED: 00:26 GMT, 7 December 2012 Lose inches: Forget the diet says a new study, just cut back on fatty foods Forget about the diet – just cut down on the fat, claim scientists.
Stress at work to blame for soaring number of Britons suffering migraines Nearly 40 per cent of doctors are concerned at the number of patients suffering the chronic headache 90 per cent believe increase is related to work stressMany sufferers also don't take enough preventative measures, warn doctors PUBLISHED: 18:21 GMT, 26 November 2012 | UPDATED: 18:21 GMT, 26 November 2012 The number of workers suffering from migraines is soaring because of growing stress at the office, according to a survey.
Bad boy! Pet owners share their frustration with their pesky pooches in “dogshaming” craze . . . and cats come in for scorn too
The burger King: Restaurant”s monster meal has three pounds of beef, 12 rashers of bacon and a dozen cheese slices. It contains more than three pounds of minced beef, 12 rashers of bacon, a dozen slices of cheese and 12 onion rings.
Daycare teacher “scrubbed temporary tattoo from boy”s face using cleaning chemicals which burned and scarred his skin” . A mother is furious after a teacher at a day-care facility her five-year-old son attended, scrubbed a temporary Chuck E.
Calcium pills taken by hundreds of thousands of women 'double risk of heart attack and could do more harm than good' | UPDATED: 06:15 GMT, 24 May 2012 The study looked at diet records of 24,000 people in Germany aged 35 to 64 and claim the safety of calcium tablets is 'coming under increasing scrutiny' Taking calcium supplements can push up the risk of a heart attack, warn researchers.
One tall Strawberry Frappuccino – extra insects please! Starbucks reveals popular drink contains crushed BUGS. Have you ever wondered how Starbucks makes their Strawberry Frappuccinos look so vibrantly pink The pink hue is thanks to crushed upinsects, according to new information provided by the coffee chain giant.
Now here’s a fast-food meal that will make YOU a whopper! Burger King blasted by health critics over 966-CALORIE ‘horrendous’ burgerBurger is ‘graphic illustration of where the government’s obesity strategy has gone wrong’