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Overdosing on empty calories: Obesity is now the new malnutrition

Overdosing on empty calories: Obesity is now the new malnutrition

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The amount of people left undernourished has mushroomed in the Western world. The 2016 Global Nutrition Report revealed these are the same people, who would count as obese. For the first time in history, food availability has led to a global health crisis. Packing on little but empty calories, in the 21st century, obesity is the new malnutrition. Asya Gadzheva spoke to Nicola Shubrook, a Woodford based nutritional therapist and qualified clinical hypnotherapist, about how malnutrition and obesity came to be, where, what and how it went wrong and the Western diet. “Generally, Western diets don’t have to be of low nutritional value if you choose to eat whole foods,” says Ms Shubrook. “However, for those who rely on foods that are processed, fried, junk or perhaps some takeaways, then

Should you stop dining out?

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Nowadays, eating in restaurants has become more like a routine for convenience rather than a treat. I remember the time when fast food was a big festive, occasion for me and my family. Usually, we would go to restaurants to celebrate something important. Now what I find cool was to see my mother make her own bread or granola for us, or making our own butter even though that time I was sure fast food was much better and trendy than boring meals at home. But ever since my move to London, homemade food (especially my mom’s food) has become something that I crave for all the time. Eating fast food or going to restaurants used to be exciting but it is not anymore. Why is that so? Everyone knows that dining out has many advantages, especially for such a lazy person like me! Saving time
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