WTF is palm oil, anyway? – The MVF Newsround 22/11/18

Exciting MVFF news, managing stress and festive bakes. Welcome to the Newsround! From the MAN v FAT Football leagues Introducing MAN v FAT: Extra Time! Here at MAN v FAT, not only are we dedicated to helping you achieve your weight loss goals, we are dedicated to helping you celebrate them. There are four new MAN v FAT-tastic methods of celebration launching in 2019 and 2020. The MAN v FAT

The mindful consumer – The MVF Newsround 16/11/18

This week we’re mulling over the rise of the ‘mindful consumer’, taking photos of our food and wondering if a low-cal pizza base is too good to be true… From the MAN v FAT Football leagues We got a great tweet from Paul @paulslaney13 with his progress since joining the West Brom MAN v FAT Football league and colour me impressed because just look at that graph hurtling downwards! Well

Say cheese! The MVF Newsround 9/11/18

From the MAN v FAT Football leagues We’ve got a fun little project for you if you’re a MAN v FAT Footballer –¬†we want to see a snapshot of your league! We’re putting together a number of reports about MAN v FAT Football and we want to include pictures of the leagues in action. We want: A picture of the pitch in all its glory (bonus points if it has

Maggots in your cheese, anyone? The MVF Newsround 2/11/18

It’s been a busy week for MAN v FAT Footballers, with lots of football challenges and lots of money raised for good causes. This week there’s also good news for cheese lovers – but bad news for anyone that likes their cheese with maggots in… From the MAN v FAT Football leagues MAN v FAT Football Luton player Chris took over the Luton Park Run blog this week, recapping their

The surprising benefits of curry: The MAN v FAT Newsround 26th October

Football and curry Рthe perfect combination, am I right? From the MAN v FAT Football leagues Massive shout out to Strachan Football Foundation who have rather kindly donated shirts and shorts to MAN v FAT Football. SFF is a not for profit organisation priding themselves in providing the best education for 16 to 19-year-olds both on and off the pitch. With SFF students study BTEC educational programmes while also dominating