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Some Britons Embrace Healthful Eating In 2015

January 5, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Consumer research from Canadean finds that about two-thirds of Britons did not resolve to eat more healthfully in 2015. But one third did, mostly women and adults between 18 and 34. Two-thirds of those say they’ll eat more fruits and vegetable, 58 percent will eat less fat and 53 percent will eat less sugar. The most popular ways they will accomplish their goals – losing weight and feeling better -- is by exercising regularly, controlling portion sizes and cutting back on processed foods. Only 27 percent of men resolved to spend 2015 eating more healthfully (compared to about half of women).
"New Year resolution: Over a third of the UK want to eat more healthily", Report, Canadean, January 05, 2015, © Canadean Ltd.
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