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Good health starts off with BREAKFAST

Miss out on breakfast and you miss out on the best start to the day your body and brain can get. No, we’re not talking about the full monty of sausage, egg, bacon, tomato and a fried slice. Delicious though that may be, it should be no more than a very occasional treat.

And nor should your breakfast choices be limited to whether to put jam or marmalade on your toast.

It’s time to start thinking outside the box,

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