😣Here we go again, the BBC quoting unhelpful Office of National Statistic data. A whole article on consumption of calories in UK, none of it useful!
Instead of confusing your readers, publishing statistical data based on outdated and flawed science, instead talk about the quality of food and calories. Perhaps how the quality of these calories and food regulate our hormones, microbiome and neurotransmitters!!!
So #bbchealth.....if I eat 100 calories of broccoli, that will have the same effect on me as 100 calories of Crunchy Nut Cornflakes 💩 will it? 🤔 Please read some of the hundreds of more recent studies, books and articles on this important subject before the entire population is on #metformin 💊 trying to eat 1200 calories/day . This is meant to be a news site after all! Rant over 😁
Orangutans in Borneo are clinging on to survival. A new study reveals that more than 100,000 of the apes have been killed since 1999. Hunting and deforestation are two of the biggest threats facing them. The orangutan in this photograph was being kept at the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme's rehabilitation centre. 📷: Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images. #orangutan#ape#animalrescue#conservation#borneo#bbcnews
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A Bangkok court has awarded paternity rights to a Japanese man over 13 babies he fathered through Thai surrogate mothers.
The ruling allows Mitsutoki Shigeta, 28, to pursue custody of the children.
The son of a wealthy entrepreneur, he caused controversy in 2014 when he was revealed to have fathered at least 16 babies via surrogates in Thailand.
His so-called "baby factory" case and others led to Thailand banning commercial surrogacy for foreigners.
Mr Shigeta, who was not present at the trial, was awarded "sole parent" rights after the Thai surrogates forfeited their rights, according to the court, which did not name him. #BBCNews
Oh no, why can't they leave captive animals ALONE?
Giant pandas perform roly-polys in the snow in Finland. They arrived at Ähtäri Zoo in January on a 15 year loan from China. The pandas have been given Finnish names, Pyry ("Snowfall") and Lumi ("Snow"), which given their new love for the white stuff seems entirely appropriate. #panda#snow#finland#zoo#bbcnews@bbcnews
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This just makes me so happy!❤️ regram @bbcnews .
The Queen has always been a dedicated follower of fashion and proved it today with a surprise visit to London Fashion Week. Sitting beside Vogue's Anna Wintour, the Queen enjoyed Richard Quinn's runway show before presenting the designer with a special award. 👑
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"This is enough". 17 angels, representing the victims of the Florida high school schooting, were lit up during a moving candelight vigil. Family members of the victims spoke powerfully about their loss, paying tribute to the students and staff killed.
If he forgot his keys!!!👀 #Repost@bbcnews
Don't look down! If you thought your commute to work was intense, take a look at how this priest gets to work every day. In the remote mountains of northern Ethiopia, he scales a 250m cliff every day to reach his church - and says he never forgets to lock it up at night.
Giant pandas perform roly-polys in the snow in Finland. They arrived at Ähtäri Zoo in January on a 15 year loan from China. The pandas have been given Finnish names, Pyry ("Snowfall") and Lumi ("Snow"), which given their new love for the white stuff seems entirely appropriate. #panda#snow#finland#zoo#bbcnews
This killer whale can "say" hello and bye bye. Well, she can at least mimic those words and a handful of others. She learned to "speak" by copying a trainer in a marine park in France – and is thought to be the first of her kind to copy human speech. Researchers say learning more about how killer whales communicate could help us protect them.
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Divers in Mexico have discovered this – it could the world's longest underwater cave, stretching some 216 miles (347km). The discovery was made after months of exploring underwater channels, and could help shed new light on the ancient Maya civilisation. The region is studded with relics of the Maya people, whose cities drew upon an extensive network of sinkholes linked to subterranean waters.
What a lucky escape. A quick-thinking teenager became a hero when this toddler fell on the tracks at a Milan metro station. Two-year-old Mohammed got away from his mother and fell over the platform edge. 18-year-old Lorenzo Pianazza rushed to the woman's aid and the little boy somehow escaped unhurt.
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