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Swapping food could help you lose two stone

11th January 2012

Research carried out for Men’s Health magazine has suggested that making subtle changes to the weekly shop could help people lose more than two stone in a year.

Swapping items such as cheddar for edam cheese or korma curry for rogan josh could reduce weekly calorie intake significantly, according to the study and may help lose wait rather than slaving away at the gym.

Researchers analysed the nutritional value of 42 similar supermarket products and divided them into two baskets. Opting for the “normal” items could lead to a weekly saving of 2,205 calories.


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Article Information

Title: Swapping food could help you lose two stone
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 20755
Date Added: 11th Jan 2012


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