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 Post subject: Scottish Ballet on healthy (and unhealthy) eating
PostPosted: Sat Jul 20, 2002 2:04 am 
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<B>Ballet fatties told to hold the chips</B><BR>Senay Boztas, Scottish Arts Correpondent for The Times <BR> <BR> <BR>THEY are preparing to play The Snowman, but would be better cast as the sugar lump fairy. Scottish Ballet will ask its male stars to go on a diet and fitness course after they return from their summer break bulging in all the wrong places. <BR>Senior figures at Scottish Ballet said some of their male dancers had eaten too many battered haggis suppers over the summer break and needed to lose some weight. <P>When the dancers return from their five-week holiday this week, they will be invited by ballet heads to special healthy eating seminars organised by UK dance performance specialists to try to get the balance back. <P>Ballet dancers are often admired for their unobtainably svelte and muscular figures, but in fact they are notorious for having bad diets and unhealthy lifestyles, including chain-smoking to control their weight. <P><A HREF="http://www.timesonline.co.uk/printFriendly/0,,1-1506-355447,00.html" TARGET=_blank><B>click for more</B></A>


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