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Could fruit baskets help boost new year diets?
Published on 03/01/2012

Individuals planning to incorporate fruit baskets into their diet in order to boost their health this new year may want to consider one expert's tips on how to change their eating habits.

Nutritionist and founder of the Cory Holly Institute Dr Cory Holly advised people to avoid falling into a resolution rut, by throwing the concept "out of the window".

Instead, she suggested viewing a healthy diet as a lifestyle change and urged individuals to opt for fresh foods.

Dr Holly warned against eating products that have been processed, with "good, natural and wholesome food" recommended as a substitute.

"If the food in question is advertised on TV - don't eat it. Food advertised on TV is toxic and created for profit only," the nutritionist remarked.

Sian Porter, spokeswoman for the British Dietetic Association, recently commented that eating fruit in its natural form provides higher levels of fibre than consuming juice drinks.



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