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Kate Quilton eats kale for breakfast every morning and glows with radiant health, but neither she nor this programme could explain exactly why it's so good for us

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It's nonsense, but glossy, well-executed nonsense

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Never underestimate the appeal of a familiar story set in a less familiar place

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