Sunday September 20, 2020

Shaping up for life

Forget fancy sporty clothes and over-priced gym memberships. If you really want to see major changes to your health, mind and body, start with your diet, writes Fiona Ness.

10th June, 2006

8am: Get up and shake out the cornflakes. With just 170 calories a serving, why not have another bowl?

11am: Hungry? Have a biscuit, a Snack Bar, no, a cereal bar. Just 90 calories and low, so low in fat.

12 noon: Hungry again. So soon? How about lunch, a chicken salad sandwich on white bread (low fat mayo and no butter), a bag of crisps and a carton of Ribena (better for you than Coke). Round...

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