How to Limit the Damage of Takeaway Food
Fast-food outlets don’t always provide clear nutritional information – if your guilty pleasure is takeaway food, what CAN you eat without throwing caution (and your waistline) to the wind? Find out which is the best option out of a burger, pizza, pasty or an Indian takeaway in our article for the Mail on Sunday. You might be surprised by what you discover…http://bit.ly/Z826hV
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