Mary Berry reckons all youngsters should know how to make ten cheap and simple meals before they leave home. But schools have let go of their home economics departments. Then we roped in Tara Matthews, 45, from Romford, Essex, and her children Remi, 13, and Mason, 15, to try some of them. Here are ten recipes teens should be able to master — plus ratings out of five on how tasty and straightforward they are to make.
OK, we're not quite there yet, but there are foods and nutrients that science says benefit your well-being. Just remember, he adds, to "eat a variety of healthy foods, rather than focus on one magic bullet. It's involved in more than biochemical reactions in your system. A deficiency may cause you to fizzle out more easily.
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One eye-opening study found that kids gain weight three times faster over summer than they do the rest of the school year, thanks to a steady diet of junk food and video games. And while there's no comparable stat on grown-ups and weight gain, barbecues, state fairs, and waterside food vendors offer plenty of temptation. Here are the summer foods you should always avoid, and healthier options you can feel free to enjoy.