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What do we mean by a balanced diet?

It can be hard to define what we mean by a balanced and healthy diet. Image: Vida fitness

Rochelle Embling

PhD Researcher in Psychology, Swansea University

Aimee Pink

Research fellow, Swansea University

Laura Wilkinson

Lecturer in Psychology, Swansea University

Menna Price

Lecturer in Psychology, Swansea University

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The guide advises people to aim to eat a certain amount of food from each food group. Image: NHS Eatwell Guide

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