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Bitter sweet

Blueberry muffins could contain up to eight teaspoons of sugar – more than the recommended daily intake for adults – analysis by Action on Sugar and the Obesity Health Alliance has found.

Looking at 28 muffins sold in food outlets in train stations and supermarkets, the researchers found that 61 per cent of them contained six teaspoons of sugar or more. The recommended daily limit is seven teaspoons for adults, six teaspoons for children aged seven to 10, and five teaspoons for children aged four to six.

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Grow your mental – and physical – strength with the June issue of Women’s Running, on sale now! From the performance-enhancing benefits of adopting a competitive mindset, to the best ways to develop your mental toughness, we’ll show you how to become a more confident runner. You’ll also discover how running can help boost your mental self-image – hear how running gave cover star Anna Pearce confidence and courage as she overcame a highly traumatic life event. And if you’re focused on getting your body stronger and fitter this summer, the issue is packed with helpful advice. We’ve got a six-week training plan for runners looking to make the step up from 5K to 10K, and a fantastic workout to boost power in the hamstrings and glutes, helping you run faster and stay injury-free. Find all this plus the usual inspiration, recipes, tips and gear reviews.