Mouthing off

14 January, 2011
Page 39 

"I absolutely eat what I cook. You have to remember that when I was modelling, the girls Christy [Turlington], Naomi [Campbell], Cindy [Crawford] were all a size 10. We weren't the size girls are now; we were slim, not skinny"

Supermodel-turned-baker Lorraine Pascale, who is soon to open a second branch of Ella's Bakehouse and is currently fronting Baking Made Easy on BBC2, on how you can have your cake, eat it and not have to stick your fingers down your throat

"It's really a diet that brings food back on to the plate that people thought they were not allowed to eat. It acts like a fibre in the body and does not get absorbed in the small intestine. It also triggers fat-burning enzymes and helps you to feel fuller"

At last! With all the gluten- and wheat-dodging going on, Ellen Kunes launches The CarbLovers Diet, which lauds resistant starches, as found in the likes of rye and grainy bread

"It was a weird thing to happen, I just felt a wee pop in my groin. Right away, I thought, 'Oh no, I might miss the Celtic game.' I was really gutted at that moment"

Mark Peat, captain of minnows Berwick Rangers and a Greggs worker, nearly misses the chance of a lifetime to topple Celtic in the Scottish Cup after picking up an injury loading the van. It made no difference he was passed fit and they lost 2-0





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