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There’s a lot of confusing and misleading information on the internet. We monitor evidence-based organisations such as the Department of Health, Food Standards Agency, Public Health England, the European Commission, and the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition. We have also sought advice from British Nutrition Foundation  on aspects of the website.

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How To Help Manage Cholesterol Using Oats

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