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8 nutrition truths & MYTHS

1 Eat little and often

The fact is, constant grazing is one of the main reasons health experts think that we have an obesity problem. And our obsession with snacking has spawned a multimillion-pound industry that encourages us to eat even more between meals.

Try to stick to three balanced meals a day without snacks to help keep your weight under control and give your digestion a rest, says GP Dr Melanie

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