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Fancy a challenge? We've got plenty in this issue of DFM:
Lose a Stone (and win £1,000); do a
run or the
London Marathon; find a
sports drink that tastes good! Plus Juliette gives us the low-down
WLR's dietitian Juliette Kellow reviews the claims and efficacy of
slimming pills available
on prescription and
Can popping pills really
help you lose weight?
Carolyn has last-minute doubts about the 5k Race For Life - and
more partying to cope with,
see how she got on.
On the one hand, oily fish is a must-have superfood, yet we hear
there could be health risks associated with eating too much.
Here's what counts as oily fish and how much specific
groups of people should eat.
Here's where to find alternative sources of those precious
omega 3 fatty acids.
It's that time of year again and the WLR Lose a Stone For Christmas
Challenge opens on Monday 6th September -
here's how it
I have (and I still can't believe I've done it!) committed myself
to running the London Marathon in 2005 - with the Sunflower Runners in
support of the 2005 official charity Help the Hospices.
anyone else is brave enough to join me...
If you're inspired by the magnificent Kelly Holmes, perhaps you
fancy taking a run yourself - our
Quick Guide tells
you what's on.
In the spirit of marathons and fun runs we've put six energy drinks
to the test - the question is, which one will
tongue run a mile?
Quentin believes that there's no such thing as a (calorie) free
Sara has dropped two dress sizes for her wedding in October,
Karyn's immigration to the UK sent her scuttling to the fridge.
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