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Question by Rob Rawlings
Submitted on 10/24/2003
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Do you have bad nutrition?
Could you do with a diet make over?
Do you eat chips for breakfast, chocolate sauce on your pasta, ketchup on your cornflakes?
If so then I think your what we’re looking for.

Talkback Productions makers of Jamie’s Kitchen, House Doctor and How Clean is Your House among others, are planning on making a new show looking at nutrition and how we can change peoples bad nutrition habits.

If this is you and your family or someone you know please send me an email to rob.rawlings@talkbackthames.tv

Answer by GainLife
Submitted on 12/7/2003
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I am currently doing a project on diet and the obesity epidemic that is sweeping first world countries. I am collecting testimonies from people who are overweight who would like to share their experiences. If you would like to share your testimony or know of anybody else who would please feel free to email it to creatingbetterhealth@yahoo.com.au or post it on http://groups.msn.com/MindBodyWellness/testimonies.msnw?action=get_threads&ID_Topic=2


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