Tuesday, 18 December 2012

The Biter Bit

Recipes by prominent TV chefs are less healthy than supermarket ready meals, Newcastle University researchers say. 
Meals by Jamie Oliver, Lorraine Pascale, Nigella Lawson and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall were compared to those from Asda, Sainsbury's and Tesco. 
The meals in TV chefs' cookbooks contained more calories, fat, saturated fat and sugar - but less salt.
I've just finished a fifth reading of this BBC article, it just gets funnier every time. Perhaps Jamie should start campaigning against himself.


jaycas said...

Delicious :>

At least Lorraine Pascale's spokesman told them to sod off:

"Her books and shows to date haven't been about healthy eating, they are about
As for the Uni's study, you might expect better of a group project by 12 year olds.

Lou said...

Build them up until they've served their purpose - or become a political pain, then tear 'em down.

Be magic when they cotton on to TCI