Diet tips for 'chocoholics'

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SERIOUS chocolate eaters can pay pounds 28 for advice on how to curb their 'life-wrecking' eating habits, writes Esther Oxford.

A tailor-made plan recommending nutrition supplements, a change of diet and moderate exercise is now on sale as part of a kick-the-habit package, the latest healthy fashion to hit the market since the arrival of nicotine patches for those who want to stop smoking.

The service, run by the Women's Nutritional Advisory Service, in Lewes, East Sussex, has been set up after 10 years' research into the eating habits of the British public, who last year ate pounds 4bn worth of confectionery.