Sunday, 22 October 2017

TV chef’s dish for diabetics

RESTAURATEUR Antony Worrall Thompson will be donating money from a dish on the dinner menu at the Greyhound in Peppard

RESTAURATEUR Antony Worrall Thompson will be donating money from a dish on the dinner menu at the Greyhound in Peppard to Diabetes UK during Diabetes Week, beginning on June 9.

The main course dish of pan-fried sea bass with green salad and sweet and sour dressing has been specially selected from the TV chef’s Essential Diabetes Cookbook.

Diabetes is the fastest-growing health threat in the UK and affects about 25,000 people in Oxfordshire.

Worrall Thompson was diagnosed in 2003 with pre-diabetes, a condition of higher than normal blood glucose levels which puts sufferers at high risk of developing diabetes.

He said: “It gave me the motivation to lead a healthier lifestyle and, as food is my life, I developed recipes for everyone who enjoys good food. Diabetes Week is a perfect opportunity to not only donate funds to the charity but also to showcase that people living with the condition can still eat meals that are appealing and delicious.”

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