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Most Britons want to improve their diet in 2015

MORE than 90 per cent of Britons have vowed to change their diet in 2015.

The figures were revealed in a YouGov survey, commissioned by Quorn, which also shows that around half will give up in just three months with many citing boredom and not eating what they want, as the reasons they quit.

Despite 50 per cent of the population quitting their New Year diets after just 90 days, 91 per cent said they would try their hardest to make healthier food choices part of a routine to be maintained.

More than one third of those who took part in the poll have deliberately cut the amount of meat they eat with 48 per cent saying the reason is to improve their health.

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