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Regency Hampers
Simple changes in food hampers could enhance diets
Published on 26/09/2011

Making simple changes to the way they eat could improve people's diets, something those giving food hampers may be interested in.

In comments on eating more healthily, Dr Hilary Jones explained that having smaller portions is one way of addressing obesity problems.

The medical expert and broadcaster added the current epidemic of people being overweight is also partly caused by high levels of saturated fat and carbohydrates being consumed, and low levels of exercising and activity.

"Our plates are too big, our appetites are uncontrolled, we are eating very energy dense food, and there is fast food everywhere," he explained.

Dr Jones, the spokesman for the TENA Men: Time to Tackle Your Health campaign, declared that "it really isn't rocket science" to eat better and simply takes a bit of motivation to get started.

Food hampers could help people to enjoy a healthier lifestyle, with research carried out by the TENA Men campaign indicating men become increasingly concerned with their health as they get older. 


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