BY CHARLOTTE WEBSTER
An award scheme that rewards caterers for encouraging customers about healthy choices has been announced by East Northants Council.
The scheme which was launched about a year ago is a very positive move that should be emulated in all parts of the country, because what we consume goes a long way in determining how we look and think.The eat well, eat out scheme runs a scoring system that takes into account healthy food options offered to customers. Good score ratings will include healthy meals that include vegetables, fish, grilled rather than fried foods, and minimal salt and sugar.
Potatoes a very starchy with lots of carbohydrates, so should not be eaten in huge numbers or sizes because very starchy foods with plenty of Carbs creates a lot of fatty layers in the skin. Plenty of water at different times of the day is also advisable, and exercise three times a day on top of good feeding is the perfect match.