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Published on June 19, 2014

World Cup Buffet!

World Cup Buffet!

Here at Stockdale Martin we admit that we’re not that into football, but we love different cultures, particularly their food! Today at lunch, to get in the spirit of the World Cup, we had a “World Cup buffet”. Each team member brought in a food from a different country in the World Cup, which resulted [...]

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Published on June 28, 2012

Should we be eating like our ancestors?

Research claims absence of chewing raw meat, vegetables and grains in our modern diets, could be the cause of the most common popular dental problems in our society. The suggestion emerged from the recent conference ‘Evolution of Human Teeth & Jaws: Implications for Dentistry & Orthodontics’ in the US. Experts at the conference, including food [...]

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Published on May 15, 2012

Debate: How to label food?

A long-standing debate about how to label sugar, fat, salt and calories on foods has recently been re-ignited. With increasing rates of obesity and unhealthy lifestyles becoming part of a wider problem for the UK, nutritional food labelling is now a hotly debated topic. To tackle the problem of how to label foods, the government [...]

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Published on April 24, 2012

Should fast-food companies be banned from sponsoring the Olympics?

Medical advisors’ argue the wrong message will be sent out across the nation as Cadbury, McDonald’s and Coca-Cola are the main sponsors for the London 2012 Olympics. With the latest research claiming almost a quarter of adults are obese, campaigners from the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (AoMRC) say obesity is the “single greatest public [...]

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