Takeaways linked to higher body and blood fats

CHILDREN who eat restaurant carry-out, or “takeaway,” meals once a week or more tend to have extra body fat and long-term risk factors for heart disease, suggests a UK study. In the study of 9 and 10-year-olds, the children who ate carry-out most often also consumed more calories, but fewer vitamins and minerals compared with […]

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