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    Opinion: Joanna Blythman: Want to stay fit and healthy? Then ignore Boris's bad adviceBy Joanna Blythman
    BORIS Johnson clearly hasn’t been in control of his weight for years.
    It took coronavirus to make him realise that those extra stones he’s been carrying are a marker for poor metabolic health, which predisposes you to all sorts of disease: heart, cancer, stroke, Type 2 diabetes, the list goes on.
    So he’s waging a war on fat, quoting his government’s so-called nutrition experts: count calories, up your physical fitness, and avoid foods that are high in fat, sugar, and salt. This advice is worse than useless. It got us into our current mess.
    What is sad is that at the bottom of article the paper adds a disclaimer.
    Our columns are a platform for writers to express their opinions. They do not necessarily represent the views of The Herald.
    If the editors of the paper don't understand common sense and plain speaking there really is no hope for them.
    Last edited by TedHutchinson; 10th August 2020 at 11:40 AM.

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    I've just downloaded her latest book to my kindle looking forward to a good read

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