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FSA offers healthy eating tips to football fans

Football fans are being encouraged to ensure they eat healthily during the forthcoming Fifa World Cup, despite the temptations of barbecues and parties.

Those looking to ensure they maintain a good diet when the international tournament gets underway later this week may benefit from the guidance which is being offered by the Food Standards Agency (FSA).

According to a news report on the FSA’s website, sports fans will be able to access information concerning a variety of healthy eating topics in the near future.

The organisation’s eatwell website is set to provide the advice, which could prove useful to those who want to continue to meet their weight loss targets when the World Cup is on.

England’s first game in the 2010 South African competition is due to take place this coming Saturday (June 12th), which is the second day of the international event.

How could you improve the quality of your diet?


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8 Jun
2010
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  • Steph

    Not eating healthily is what the world cup is all about and plus its summer. We need to make the most of the good weather (as it won’t last for long) and have as many bbq’s as possible before the weather turns awful again.
    p.s great choice of picture! 😉

  • Hannah

    I agree with Jessie- people will not be encouraged to eat healthily during the worldcup. people tend to throw parties or go out for the matches, and this often involves BBQ’s and Alcohol. Not healthy at all really.

  • Kimmie

    “How could you improve the quality of your diet?”
    Come on! its world cup season – we’ll all be drinking too much and eating too much, but I suppose the FSA are only looking after the country’s health by offering help. Me,I’ll ignore it!

  • Jessie

    I really don’t think that people will eat healthy while the world cup is on. I know many parties and BBQ’s that are happening for the football and it hasn’t even started yet!!