Nordic and Mediterranean countries can make more of healthy cuisine: WHO

Nordic and Mediterranean countries can make more of healthy cuisine: WHO

A new World Health Organization Europe report looks into the health-promoting properties of the Mediterranean and the Nordic diet, which have won acclaim for helping to prevent diseases including cancer and Alzheimer's.

Sweden touts low-carb diet as key to weight loss

Sweden touts low-carb diet as key to weight loss

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King reveals his diet

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“Catastrophic” rise in child diabetes

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Miracle fat patch prompts record complaints

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Worry over Swedish children’s sugar intake

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Fizzy drinks ‘can cause cancer’

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‘Children need to consume more fat’

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More overweight 4-year old girls than ever before

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Obesity down in sugar-free schools

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Fish-eating men face increased stroke risk

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Eating fish ‘reduces allergy risk’ – Swedish research

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Woman ordered to diet despite 8 kilo cyst

Swedes struggle to make sense of a new diet trend

Swedes struggle to make sense of a new diet trend

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Swedish Muslims face daylight fast challenge

Sweden’s parliament passes trans fat ban

Sweden’s parliament passes trans fat ban

Swedish summer poses Muslim fasting test

Swedish summer poses Muslim fasting test

Diet research backed by US meat industry: report

Diet research backed by US meat industry: report

High protein diets ‘bad for women’: study

High protein diets ‘bad for women’: study

Nordic diet cuts heart disease risk: study

Nordic diet cuts heart disease risk: study

‘Too many potatoes on Swedes’ plates’: expert

‘Too many potatoes on Swedes’ plates’: expert

EU rules could turn Xmas ham grey: report

EU rules could turn Xmas ham grey: report