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Omega-3 no protection against heart attack or strokes, say scientists 17 Jul 7:01pm Omega-3 no protection against heart attack or strokes, say scientists
Supplements do not offer cardiovascular benefits, researchers conclude from trials involving 112,000 people The widespread belief that taking omega-3 capsules will help protect you from a heart attack, stroke or early death is wrong, according to a large and comprehensive review of the evidence. Thousands of people take omega-3 supplements regularly and for years. The belief that it protects the heart has spread – and is promoted in the marketing of the supplements – because the results from early trials suggested the capsules had cardiovascular benefits.
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Nigel Slater’s grilled chicken with miso recipe 17 Jul 7:00am Nigel Slater’s grilled chicken with miso recipe
A simple and satisfying light dish for a warm summer’s evening Take a couple of whole chicken legs and remove the bones. (See below for guidance.) Mix together 4 tbsp of white miso paste, 2 tbsp of maple syrup or honey, 2 tsp of sesame oil and 3 tbsp of groundnut oil. Push the meat down into the marinade, cover and set aside in a cool place for a good 20 minutes, longer if you can.
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‘It was a toxic circle’: how the food industry is tackling mental health 17 Jul 6:00am ‘It was a toxic circle’: how the food industry is tackling mental health
For many restaurant workers, kitchen culture makes it impossible to recognize the pain, but new services open the dialogue for seeking help When he was at his most desperate, Jakob Anderson was working himself so hard he couldn’t even think. Every morning and night, the young aspiring chef undertook the almost 90-minute commute from his home in the suburbs of Whitby, Ontario, to the fashionable Italy restaurant in downtown Toronto, where he worked for 12 hours a day. In the evening, clocking out and heading home at last, he would board his commuter train, chug an extra large cup of boiling-hot coffee, and immediately pass out.
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