Women's Fitness


Who can resist a good curry? Not us! Trouble is, if they’re laden with fat, cream or accompanying carbs, your waistline and cholesterol levels can pay the price. Enter new book The Curry Guy Light by Dan Toombs (Quadrille, £15), where you can find British curry-house favourites alongside traditional dishes from Kerala in southern India.

‘Authenticity is very important to me,’ says Toombs, who’s happy to answer your curry-related queries on Instagram @TheCurryGuy, ‘which is why you can make any authentic curry in this book and know you are eating light. Not one

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