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Selwyn Times: September 13, 2016

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28 Tuesday September 13 2016 SELWYN TIMES $ 11 99 kg Fresh NZ Plain/Crumbed Beef Schnitzel $ 2 99 pack White Button Mushrooms 400g $ 6 50 each Sealord Gluten Free Crumb 300g/Salt & Vinegar Hoki Portions/Hoki Fillets 450-480g/Sauced 460g $ 3 50 each Tararua Butter 500g 79 C each Oak Baked Beans/ Spaghetti 420g $ 30 99 pack Speight’s Gold Medal Ale/Summit 24 x 330ml Bottles $ 13 99 each The Ned/Taylors Estate 750ml (Excludes The Ned Pinot Noir/Jaraman/ Promised Land) $ 3 80 each Keri Fruit Drink/Juice 2.4-3L Shopping just got easier Best deals are here! FreshChoice Leeston 78 High Street, Leeston. Open 7am-8pm, 7 days. Prices apply from Tuesday 13th September to Sunday 18th September 2016, or while stocks last. FreshChoiceNZ 324 3788 FreshChoice Leeston Owned and operated by locals Certain products may not be available in all stores. Savings are based on non-promotional price. Limits may apply. FCSELWYN1309

SELWYN TIMES Tuesday September 13 2016 29 Taste Study reveals rapid weight loss food VEGETARIANS LOSE weight twice as fast as meat eaters, according to a study. It found that the fastest way for dieters to fight the flab was to give up meat products. They constitute more than a third of the average meat eater’s daily calorie intake. In the first month of a diet, they lose on average 900g, while vegetarians’ weight loss is double that at about 1.8kg. The difference is even more noticeable for slimmers who quit meat at the start of a diet – with the first month’s weight loss averaging about 2.3kg. Vegetarians are said to typically be better dieters because the switch away from meat also leads to people embracing a healthier lifestyle. The study found that vegetarians were twice as likely to be gym members as meat eaters and exercise twice as much. The study found vegetarians were also more likely to pick low-fat options at the supermarket than meat eaters. The study found vegetarians were also more likely to pick low-fat options at the supermarket than meat eaters. They are also much more likely to pick low-fat options at the supermarket and tend to shun fast food restaurants – just 12 per cent are users, compared to 39 per cent of meat eaters. The study, involving 1000 people, was carried out by weight loss firm Forza Supplements. Managing director Lee Smith said: “All our research shows that becoming a veggie is a great way to lose weight. “It’s not that good lean meat is particularly calorific but we find that meat eaters consistently have a higher calorie intake because the meat they eat is often cooked in an unhealthy way. “A grilled chicken thigh is just 135 calories but that shoots up to 290 calories when it is fried by one of the fast food outlets, with another 300 calories if you add fries. That is where all the damage is done.” – Daily Mail No more coffee IT’S TOUGH news but according to a new report from The Climate Institute, coffee could be wiped out by 2080. Based on the report’s estimations, if global warming continues at its current rate, rising temperatures will render half the land currently used to farm coffee unsuitable by 2050. Climate change will also see an increase in pests and fungi, which will impact the ability to farm beans at current levels and, by 2080, wild coffee is expected to be wiped from the planet. This date may feel like plenty of cups of coffee away, but as temperatures rise, consumers IN THE battle of the bulge, fat-laden cheese is often the first tasty treat to be scrubbed from the weekly shopping list. But research suggests that consumers who switch to lowcalorie alternatives may be wasting their cash. A study found that ‘skinny’ cheese does not lower cholesterol, reduce blood pressure or help to trim the waistline. Volunteers who spent three can expect to see their brew’s flavour and aroma seriously impacted, while facing increasing price hikes as the beans become more scarce. “Looking ahead, it is hard to see how consumer prices cannot be anything but badly affected by the projected long-term decline in growing area and other impacts of a more hostile climate,” the report said. Beyond having to find a new morning fix, the disappearance of the coffee plant would also impact around 120 million people whose livelihoods depend on the production of coffee beans. Low fat cheese no better months eating a daily portion of regular fat-cheese, or a lowcalorie option, saw little or no difference in heart disease risk by the end of the experiment. The researchers, from the University of Copenhagen, recruited 139 men and women with early warning signs of heart disease and allocated them a daily 80 gram portion of full-fat cheese or the same amount of a lowcalorie variety. 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