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Ready Meals 'Better For You Than TV Chef's Recipe'

Posted at 11:52AM Tuesday 18 Dec 2012

Researchers say programmes from the likes of Jamie Oliver and Nigella Lawson should carry health warnings or even be shown after the watershed, because the recipes contain hundreds more calories than TV dinners.

The claim comes after NHS Tees and Newcastle University examined the top five books by TV chefs on Amazon in December 2010: River Cottage Every Day by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Kitchen by Nigella Lawson, Jamie Oliver's Ministry Of Food and 30-Minute Meals and Baking Made Easy by Lorraine Pascale.

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