THE FOOD PHAR­MACY

Find the an­ti­dote to your ail­ment in one of your favourite places (the fridge)

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Churn­ing tum­mies, tired eyes, dull headaches – there are some ail­ments that are bad, but not quite bad enough to war­rant A) a day off binge-watch­ing Line Of Duty, or B) sym­pa­thy from our loved ones (cruel bas­tards). We’re sup­posed to just grin and bear it. But we don’t want to. And Dr Mehmet Oz (yep, him off Oprah) says we don’t have to. Ap­par­ently, the so­lu­tion to loads of ev­ery­day nig­gles lies in what we eat, and when. “Food should al­ways be your first step,” he says. “It has the pos­i­tive impact of med­i­ca­tions, with­out the side ef­fects.” Here’s how to turn your fridge into a makeshift medicine cabi­net.

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