Do you feel constantly bombarded with conflicting stories about what is or isn’t good for you? Well you are not alone. Two thirds of us are confused about which food and drinks are considered to be ‘healthy’ according to new research.
Red wine, tea, eggs, dairy products: are they good for you or bad? One week they are said to be good for us, the next they aren’t? Well 84% of us recall reading conflicting stories making claims for and against certain food and drinks.
We all want to know what the key is to a longer, healthier life and reducing the risks of major illnesses such as heart disease, while still enjoying what we eat and drink.
Dr Carrie Ruxton is the author of a comprehensive medical review published in this month’s British Food Journal that for the first time proves one food in particular can reduce cholesterol, one of the main causes of heart disease.
And now, Dr Ruxton is hosting an exclusive webchat in which she’ll be offering information and advice on how this inexpensive and accessible foodstuff can help you help your heart.
Dr Carrie Ruxton will be live online, on Friday 31st October at 3.00 pm to 3.20 pm to discuss the effectiveness of oats on preventing heart disease and will also be answering all your questions about diet and heart health.
Click here to submit questions before the chat
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