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The theme for World Health Day 2015, which is organised by the World Health Organization, is Food Safety. Taking place on Tuesday 7 April, the aim of the day is to make people more confident that the food on their plate is safe to eat.
And with society now full of environmental pollutants, pesticides, food additives and chemicals, it’s more important than ever to be aware of what you eat.
That’s because food contaminated with harmful bacteria, viruses or chemical substances causes more than 200 diseases – including diarrhoea, cancer and even death.
In Scotland, a recent YouGov poll revealed that when it comes to food, the Scottish public is most concerned about making sure they and their families eat a healthy, balanced diet, followed by worries over food authenticity and concern over food safety.
Before we explain how to maintain a healthy, balanced diet – we asked Anne Cross, our nutritional therapist, to give us her top five tips to make sure food is safe:
As we mentioned above, the Scottish public is most concerned about making sure they and their families eat a healthy, balanced diet. And quite rightly too.
After all, eating safe, nutritious food helps everyone enjoy a healthy and active lifestyle.
Once again, we asked Anne, who offers nutritional therapy at YourGP, to share her top five tips to maintain a healthy, balanced diet:
At YourGP, fully-trained nutritional therapist, Anne Cross, offers nutritional therapy, which uses an understanding of the way in which food affects our health and bodies to help prevent a range of diseases, and optimise overall health and wellbeing.
Nutritional therapy can help a wide range of health problems and challenges, including obesity, diabetes, stress and anxiety, high blood pressure and fertility issues.
And if you want to get involved in World Health Day 2015, you can use the hashtag #safefood on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and Vine.
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