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Digital Subscriptions > Healthy Magazine > October/November16 > BIG FAT PROBLEM


For years we’ve been told fat is evil. Now some nutritionists are eating their words – with a dollop of cream on top. So who should we believe?
Photographs Getty, John Frost Newspapers

Have you recently found yourself thinking twice when it comes to your reflex choice of low-fat yoghurt over a regular pot, or skimmed milk over a bottle of full fat? If so, it’s not surprising – there’s a big fat debate going on right now, and you’d be forgiven for being confused.

Not that long ago, losing weight seemed simple. You’d turf out all the butter, milk and brie, and fill the fridge with low-fat spread, red-top milk and cottage cheese. The problem was that not very many of us lost weight. In fact, the opposite occurred: the nation’s collective waistline has been expanding at a worrying rate for the past 30 years, with obesity levels in the UK more than trebling, according to a report by the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation.

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Discover a #BodyofKnowledge in the October/November edition of healthy magazine, in which we reveal the results of our Body MOT reader survey. In light of Breast Cancer Awareness month this October, we also talk to three women about their very different experiences of the disease. Plus, we explore the world's best natural beauty secrets from Australia to South Korea, and take a fresh look at the 'F' word (fat, that is!). As the seasons change, keep your health and happiness on track with the new digital issue of healthy.