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GCU Cook and Eat initiative exemplifies Glasgow community

The initial cookery workshops will be instructive in cooking, food hygiene, eating healthily within a budget and how to maximise nutrition in a lunch box.

Swindon Council To Consider Takeaway Ban

Swindon Town Council will consider introducing new planning regulations to prevent new fast food outlets from opening within a quarter of a mile of schools in the area.

Chefs Association To Launch Nationwide Cookery Courses

The Craft Guild of Chefs plans to launch a range of nationwide cookery courses aimed at families, following a series of successful trials in Herford. The association, in partnership with Zuidam and Premier Foods, recently held a trail course at Simon Balle School.

Reduce food cravings with a protein-rich breakfast

A researcher at the University of Missouri has discovered that eating a healthy, high protein breakfast can help to reduce feelings of hunger throughout the day.

Simple diet changes can help stave off cancer

Recent research into the effects of diets on cancer sufferers have thrown up some extremely interesting results

Experts predict a huge rise in obesity

According to a recent forecast the number of Britons classed as obese could rise to a shocking 26 million by the year 2030.

Free cookery courses on offer for Loughborough women

The courses, indeed, the LWEN group, exist to enable women living in somewhat inaccessible areas of the borough to come together and share their experiences.

Study reveals many people start a new diet every month

According a recent study of two thousand consumers, twenty two per cent of the adult population in the UK begin a new diet every month with more than a third choosing low calorie items during their weekly shop.

New fast food outlets may be banned near Wrexham schools

Councillors in Wrexham are considering proposals to establish exclusion zones of 400m around local schools to prevent new fast food outlets from opening.

Healthier School Dinners Linked To Improved Results

Delegates at a recent London conference celebrated the success of a project that has demonstrated the link between healthy school dinners, improved behaviour and academic achievement.