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Low intakes of iron, which puts them at risk of iron-deficiency anaemia, a condition likely to affect 9% of teenage girls and one in 20 women. At the same time, around a quarter of teenage boys and men, and almost half of teenage girls and women, have very low intakes of selenium.

500 grams

Is the amount of cooked red and processed meat per week the Department of Health and Social Care suggests

And the cons…

Meat provides around a quarter of the fat and saturates in our diet, and health organisations, including the British Heart Foundation and Public Health England, continue to recommend we reduce both. One reason is that high-fat foods are usually high in calories, so if you eat too many you’ll risk gaining weight. Another is that diets high in saturates are linked to higher levels of ‘bad’ cholesterol, which is a risk factor for heart disease. Bear in mind, too, that many packaged barbecue meat products are high in salt, too much of which can raise blood pressure (in turn increasing the risk of stroke, heart attacks, kidney disease and some forms of dementia).

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We share the top 20 foods to reboot your gut health, which experts are now linking to better overall health – from successful weight loss to better heart and mental health. We also help you spot early signs of bowel cancer, correct your computer slump to sort out back pain (and look years younger), identify your personal eating style (to find the kickstart diet that will work for you), and Dr Dawn Harper has words of advice from behind the bedroom door for anyone feeling the heat of menopause… Plus healthier barbecues and a Mediterranean-inspired meal plan, complete with portion guide