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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : October 15 2008
34 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, October 16, 2008 MB ood acts Wax free Razor free Hassle free Hairfree Permanent hair reduction that never goes out of style Free* Treatment First Bikini $55 Female Brazilian $99 Bikini plus underarms $99 Male chest + abdomen $300 Male back + shoulders $499 Special Prices WE WILL BEAT ANY COMPETITOR'S PRICE Bankstown Bondi Junction Campbelltown Castle Hill Chatswood Dee Why Drummoyne Eastgardens Hornsby Liverpool Miranda Neutral Bay Penrith Sydney City 1300 665 338 hairfreeplus.com.au *See website for conditions. Broadway Parramatta Rhodes 2019242K wk16 advertising feature rejuvenate RICE HIKES ARE SEEING THE PRICES OF DIETARY BASICS CLIMBING AND THE HEALTH EXPERTS WORRYING. New research has shown the price of dietary basics like bread and milk has outpaced those of sugary and fatty options like biscuits and soft drinks. The biggest hikes seen in the Melbourne- ds kfast , hefty price increases over the past 18 years, according to research conducted by Dr Catherine Burns from the WHO Collaborating Centre for Obesity Prevention at Deakin University. In an article published in Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, Dr Burns said: "This study indicates that many core foods are rising in price at a rate higher than that of inflation for food overall." Of most concern in this situation, according to Dr Burns, is the possibility the trend might stop people from meeting the dietary recommendations set out in the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating. Nutrition experts are concerned the trend towards an increase in the price of healthy core foods could lead to increased consumption of cheaper foods typically higher in fats, sugar and calories, further fuelling the obesity problem, particularly for people in disadvantaged groups. One way to counter the problem is to buy food in as unprocessed a state as possible. Cooking from scratch might take more time, but it means you can control what ingredients go into the meal and save money at the same time. P An increase in the price of healthy core foods could lead to increased consumption of cheaper foods. breaking BREAD A healthy diet should include these food groups: breads, rice, cereals, pasta and noodles; vegetables, legumes, fruit; milk and dairy; lean meat, fish, legumes, poultry, eggs, nuts Eat a wide variety of nutritious foods. Drink plenty of water. Limit saturated fats and moderate total fat intake. Choose foods low in salt. Limit alcohol to safe levels. Consume only moderate amounts of sugar and foods containing sugar.
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