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Carb-conscious cooking

The mantra ‘everything in moderation’ is particularly pertinent when it comes to what we eat and drink. But, with so many conflicting messages around what we should and shouldn’t put onto our plates, it’s difficult to find the right balance and know that you are doing what’s best for your health. One example is the debate around carbohydrates, and how much is too much. We’ve all been fed the science behind low-carb meals but research shows that a diet that includes a moderate amount of carbs – 50 to 55 per cent of your calories – is best for long-term health and wellbeing. This is great news because comfort food twins so warmingly well

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