Scientists discover those who eat too quickly are five-and-a-half times more likely than slow eaters to go on to develop a cluster of conditions including obesity, high blood pressure and cholesterol

Bolting your food increases your risk of obesity, diabetes and heart disease, research suggests. People who eat very quickly do not give their bodies time to realise it is full – meaning they tend to eat more. Eating slowly, savouring every mouthful and taking time over a meal is better for overall health. A study…

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Theresa May’s former chief of staff Nick Timothy slams Philip Hammond for having no ‘desire’ to improve the lives of struggling Brits

THERESA May’s former chief of staff has accused Philip Hammond of having no “desire or imagination” to improve the lives of struggling Brits. Nick Timothy launched an extraordinary hatchet job on the Chancellor’s policies and character, accusing him of having no wider vision for the economy 18 months into the job.

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Heavily pregnant Katie Piper proudly flaunts her baby bump as she attends Nordoff Robbins event with husband Richard Sutton… just weeks ahead of her due date

She is expecting her second child with husband Richard Sutton.  And Katie Piper, 34, appeared glowing as she arrived on the arm of her beloved, proudly cradling her baby bump, less than six weeks ahead of her due date.  The couple joined a host of stars at the The Nordoff Robbins Championship Boxing dinner held…

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