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Should we be eating less fruit?

Once upon a time, an apple a day kept the doctor away… But not any more, finds Sue Quinn. According to the latest fad-diet directives, we need to beware of the fruit bowl

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Many popular eating regimes – including paleo, low-carb, carnivore and ‘pegan’ diets (a hybrid of vegan and paleo) – take a dim view of fruit, suggesting only the least sugary kinds should be consumed, in limited amounts. Why? The theory is that fruit is too high in carbohydrates (in the form of sugar) and calories, especially for those trying to lose weight.

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Celebrate summer’s last hurrah with the September issue of delicious. magazine. Enjoy Georgina Hayden’s Mediterranean meze feast, Gennaro Contaldo’s classic vegetarian pasta dishes and a sunny lemon and raspberry bread-and-butter pudding to keep everyone sweet. We also cook Dishoom’s best recipes and find out what happens to your favourite Bake Off stars after the show has finished. Plus, tahini brownies, no-knead bread and a midweek shopping list that makes FIVE meals with NO waste. Brilliant!