Tuesday, August 31, 2010

The Daily Mail on fry-ups

Quality press at work.

The Daily Mail, 26 August 2008: "Traditional full English fry-up 'may raise risk of bowel cancer by 63 per cent'". "The extra calories can also lead to obesity, which is linked to many types of cancer and heart disease", added the article, dishing out paranoia like only the Mail can.

But nevermind all that. This is what the Daily Mail "reported" on 1 June 2010: "Why the British fry-up is the healthiest breakfast of all...". The article revealed that "the traditional English breakfast is one of the best starts to the day" and that "eggs are filling and can help you to eat fewer calories over the rest of the day".

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