Food

Britons Spending Biggest In Three Months Despite Brexit Uncertainty

Britons have favored for Brexit and the process will work out for UK to leave EU is yet not certain, but amid all these the people are found spending more. A recent report by Visa and Markit reveals the United…

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Alcohol Linked To Cancer Cause In New Study

In a new research it is found alcohol has a direct link to the causes of seven types of cancer including the liver, gullet, throat, colon, rectum and female breast. Details of the study, which was carried out by a…

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Victoria Beckham Spotted Dining And Hiding At Bluebird Restaurant In London

Victoria Beckham tried going incognito in a pair of oversized sunglasses on Thursday while speeding out of upmarket Bluebird restaurant in London’s Chelsea towards her car. Sources say she was treating herself to another fine dining experience after a rare…

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BBC Good Food Days Numbered; Job Cuts Threat Expected

BBC is shutting down its Food website in a cost cutting move. As part of the plan to cut £15 million from the online budget, over 11,000 recipes will be archived. It is not yet decided whether the commercial BBC…

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Top Gear Suspended Host Jeremy Clarkson Is My Hero: New Host Chris Evans

The circumstances on which Jeremy Clarkson was sacked by BBC was bizzare, said the new host of Top Gear. Clarkson had punched the Top Gear producer Oisin Tymon after learning after a day of filming the hot food is not…

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Ocean Polluted With Man-Made Debris, Plastics Found In Indonesia, California Fish

In a new study it is found around one-fourth of fish collected from Indonesia and California markets contain plasti, fibrous material or other man-made debris in their guts. Details of the study are published in the Scientific Reports journal. It…

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Green Tea Daily Intake Leads To Hepatitis?

A teenager in Birmingham developed hepatitis after drinking daily three cups green tea bought online from China. She started feeling dizzy and complained about joint and stomach pains. The 16-year-old Yemen-born initially was believed by doctor to have urinary tract…

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US Salmonella Outbreak: 3 Dead, 558 Sickened, Mexico Cucumbers Source Of Infection

Deaths and illenesses are in rise in the US due to Salmonella outbreak. In past one week three people have died and 140 of others have been sickened, said health agency. The three deaths have ocurred in Arizona, Texas and…

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Inuit Had Genetic Adaptations To Fatty Acids: Study

The Omega-3 fatty acids usually considered as the protector from heart attack or stroke and the believe is also based on the research of Danish researchers in the 1970s on Inuit people spread across Arctic and their diet was mostly…

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NHS gluten-free products are allowed on prescriptions

NHS gluten-free products are allowed on prescriptions

London, England – The report that the National Health Service (NHS) spends £116 million on gluten-free food per year has caused an uproar earlier this week. It was brought to the public’s attention the millions of euros spent on NHS…

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