Arts and Entertainment Fat chance: Xand van Tulleken in ‘Horizon: Sugar vs Fat’

Last night's Horizon (BBC2) pitted the two best food types against each other in "Sugar vs Fat", a battle which – as I flounce towards a chubby middle age – I'm calling as a score draw. They're both brilliant.

Government hospital food guidance is revealed

Some NHS hospitals are failing to provide patients with high quality and healthy meals, the Health Secretary has warned.

Grounded: Racing's Olly Barkley is tackled by Doug Howlett of Munster

New boy Barkley puts the boot into Munster

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Global recession halts decades of steady progress in reducing world hunger

Two decades of steady progress in reducing world hunger have come to a stop with the recession of the last four years, new figures from the United Nations reveal.

What makes a British brand?: Jamie Oliver

Jamie Oliver attacks Michael Gove over 'worst yet' standards for school dinners

TV chef Jamie Oliver today accused the Education Secretary Michael Gove of presiding over the “worst yet” standards for school dinners.

What makes a British brand?: Jamie Oliver

Jamie Oliver condemns Michael Gove on school food

Michael Gove was today blasted as presiding over the “worst yet” school food standards by TV chef Jamie Oliver.

'Health benefits' of cereal bars are nothing but a myth, says study

The image of cereal bars as a healthy snack is a myth, according to a study that found many contain high levels of fat and sugar. All but one of the 30 bars tested were high in sugar, with 16 containing levels above 30 per cent, the consumer group Which? found.

Leading article: Aid is no answer to the food crisis

The aim of the "hunger summit" to be hosted by David Cameron tomorrow is a laudable one: bringing together heads of state, charities and athletes – including Somalia-born gold medal winner Mo Farah – to talk about the problem of malnutrition in the developing world.

Mo Farah

Team Mo Farah get ready for Somali joy

When a Conservative MP derided Danny Boyle's Olympics opening ceremony as "multicultural crap" he was met with a cascade of criticism from people who knew that he could not be more wrong.

Frank Schleck

Tour de France: Frank Schleck's B sample proves positive

Frank Schleck has once again protested his innocence after failing a doping test during this year's Tour de France.

Chef Wars: Michael Gove asks LEON restaurant founders to review school dinners but Jamie Oliver slams idea

Education Secretary gives Henry Dimbleby and John Vincent a free hand to examine school meals across the country

Natalie Haynes: E-books are ephemeral, real books for life

Celebrate independent booksellers' week by picking up a special edition of a Julian Barnes, Poetry Diary or Simon Garfield

Heart disease linked to low-carb diets

Women on Atkins-style diets are putting themselves at risk of heart disease and strokes, experts have warned.

My Secret Life: Pierre Dukan, 70, diet guru

'I injected my friends and family'

Fish oil does not aid memory loss

Omega-3 supplements do not appear to prevent mental decline in old age, a study review has shown.

Dieting craze blamed for cholesterol surge in Sweden

A dieting craze in Sweden has been blamed for a surprise surge in cholesterol levels that may be putting people at increased risk of heart disease.

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