Five-a-day 'expensive' for some - GPs head
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Nutritional advice should be tailored to patients - GPs head

The new chairwoman of the Royal College of GPs says that getting patients to aim for two or three portions of fruit and vegetables might be more realistic - and more affordable. Dr Helen Stokes-Lampard says that while five-a-day still has the full support of the medical profession, GPs may need to tailor advice to patients.

  • 21 Nov 2016
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