Pretty slim chance of sign­ing up for a health kick

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JAMIE Oliver has cre­ated a se­ries of recipes and tips for Tesco, which will in­clude mak­ing su­per-healthy food from scratch.

Bad move. Ap­par­ently some of th­ese recipes will make you slim enough to get through the se­cu­rity bars he’s cur­rently in­stalling at his house.

Yes, big Jamie chased and pinned down a man af­ter he’d at­tempted to bur­gle the celebrity chef’s house in north Lon­don.

The bur­glar didn’t have a chance – as he was full of turkey twiz­zlers at the time.

Talk­ing of run­ners, many thou­sands have been praised for tak­ing part in this year’s Great North Run.

See­ing sweaty folk in their pants stag­ger­ing around on the streets of New­cas­tle on a Sun­day morn­ing is noth­ing new, of course. The only sur­prise this time is that it was­nae a stag do.

We should all be on a health kick, ap­par­ently.

Bri­tain’s most se­nior pub­lic health of­fi­cial claims that drinkers should con­cen­trate on hav­ing two al­co­hol-free days a week.

Now comes the hard part. De­cid­ing what week we’re go­ing to have those two days in.

Maybe we should just take on the builders’ at­ti­tude. Re­search has found they spend nearly two years of their work­ing lives eat­ing lunch, six months mak­ing tea and nearly a year hunt­ing for the right tool.

And if you don’t know what the right tool is, turns out it’s the per­son who hired them.


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