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Proving the value of organic beef
and milk. Finding clever ways to
grow mushrooms in your kitchen
from kitchen leftovers. A new
cookery book from a cookery
school founder P.6.
In this issue we have a special
news report on a new study looking to prevent Type
1 diabetes. The
researchers are looking for suitable volunteers who are related to
people with Type 1 diabetes P.10.T
his is another issue jam-packed with news on
research, results and activities taking place in
the diabetes sector. The sky-diver on the cover
wearing red is Lee Calladine, whose day job is working
for the Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation (DRWF).
That keeps him busy, including the occasional jump out of
a plane to raise funds for the charity. We talk to him about
his diabetes kit (p.14). Then there's a report on The Black
Farmer, whose gluten-free farm-fresh foods are increasingly
to be seen in UK supermarkets (p.18). Then there's a report
on adAPT, new study looking into preventing Type 1. The
researchers are looking for recruits to take part (p.12).
Plus we look at the latest on Type 2 diabetes in a three-page
news overview starting on p.8 and there's a page of food
news (p.10) and Making Carbs Count is on pepper (p.24).
PLUS • New Products • Groovy giveaways • News (for T1 and T2)
But business as usual is best for
diabetics at Christmas
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We take a look
at a spice that
is guaranteed to
be in your food
As much of
a daily grind as
your cuppa coffee, it has a rich
history and wide
range of culinary
uses. Read all
about it on P.18.
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