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HEALTH NOTES

Diet and fitness facts for your wellbeing

SCIENCE UPDATE

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HOW TO BE A HEALTHY VEGAN

Eating more plant foods is known to be good for our health. But if you’re skipping all animal foods and sticking to a solely vegan diet, a recent review of research in this area suggests you could be missing out on vital nutrients unless you plan meals properly. In particular, you need to make sure you eat a variety of different fruits, vegetables and grains, don’t rely too heavily on processed foods, and pay special attention to getting daily requirements of iron, calcium and vitamins B12 and D in your diet. Find more information at NHS Choices – go to nhs.uk and search ‘vegan diet’.

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About Healthy Food Guide

In May’s Healthy Food Guide, we reveal how to retrain your taste buds to cut sugar and salt cravings, help you decipher whether your IBS trigger is diet or stress, and bring you our recipe expert Phil Mundy's guide for cooking and eating healthily on a budget. Plus, new speedy suppers, easy jar salads for lunch and healthy ways with spring lamb.