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Monday, November 07, 2011

The English Diet

What a glorious start to the week, not only did I receive an email invite to participate in an online study of fake and real boobs (I kid you not!), but I also read that some "experts" believe that the English diet is in fact incredibly healthy.

"Experts" from Oxford University have concluded that if the Scots, Northern Irish and Welsh ate like the English it could save 4,000 lives a year.

It seems that the English diet reduces the risk of cancer and heart disease!


Double chips for me please!

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  1. I think what the survey was suggesting, was that the English ate far more rabbit food compared to the other nations mentioned this could suggest that the English are either more gullible and believes more of Nanny's scaremongering, or we really do eat a more healthy diet because, in general terms, as individuals, we are better off than those in the other countries. I would be interested to see if there was any regional variation amongst the English population, regarding healthy diet, my gut tells me that those living in the south east, would eat better than those in the north east for example.

  2. Why do I never get asked to participate in those kinds of surveys?

  3. Anonymous3:21 PM

    I don’t think that the words ‘English’ and ‘Diet’ should be used together in the same sentence, unless of course they are used as an instruction.

    Perhaps the Take-Aways in England sell smaller portions?