Jane Clarke

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Area of interest: Nutrition and health

Journals/Organisation: Daily Mail

Email: janeclarkeoffice@aol.co.uk - getting in touch

Personal website: http://www.janeclarke.com

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Latest work: Yummy baby: every parent's guide to nutritious food for babies and toddlers OCLC 253184006, 2007

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Articles: 2009

  • Why you can ignore what's on the label - This week, in her final column, Jane explains how food labelling can be hugely misleading - 16th March 2009
  • Bake your own bread to stop feeling bloated - Bread has been a staple of our diet for so long that it's easy to forget what a delicious food it can be - 9th March 2009
  • Want to ward off cancer? Eat more yoghurt - We're always being told how important it is to eat at least five portions of fruit and vegetables every day to reduce our risk of cancer. But calcium might offer even better protection - 2nd March 2009
  • Getting older? Treat yourself to more food - Can you believe that in a country with so many obese people and where so much food goes to waste, there are an estimated three million people suffering from malnutrition? - 23rd February 2009
  • Super cauli's so delicious! - The poor old cauliflower - once it was a staple of the British diet, but we've abandoned it in favour of its exotic cousin, broccoli - 16th February 2009
  • Just one carrot could change a tubby child's life - You can't have missed the Department of Health's new campaign to get families - especially children - to eat healthier food and take more exercise - 10th February 2009
  • Ban meat from hospital meals? That's just tripe! - Hospital food is often dreadful, as anyone who's been a patient - or who's visited someone at meal time - will know only too well. The fact is that what you eat in hospital will play very little, if any, part in your recovery - 3rd February 2009
  • Calorie counting? It's just a big fat waste of time - For the overweight - or anyone concerned about what’s in their food - eating out is always a minefield. You never know what’s gone into your food, and even apparently ‘healthy’ salads can contain high amounts of fat and calories - 26th January 2009
  • Brush your teeth or you'll get scurvy! - Such was the shocking state of people’s teeth in Georgian times that it was not uncommon for a bride-to-be to have her teeth removed as a pre-wedding present - 19th January 2009
  • Grumpy teens need a good square meal - Life is meaningless, according to many of the teenagers who took part in last week's poll for the Prince's Trust. Apparently, more than a quarter of 16 to 25-year-olds feel depressed some, or all, of the time - 12th January 2009

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