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Should the Scots eat like the English?


Research published in the journal BMJ Open claims that 4,000 deaths a year could be prevented if the people of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland eat the same diet as the English. Peter Scarborough, from the department of public health at Oxford University, and Mike Lean, professor of human nutrition at Glasgow University, discuss the findings.

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