DR CLARE BAILEY with her Fast 800 toolkit to help you slim down with these super-satisfying salads

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DR CLARE BAILEY: Food and medicine are the great passions of my life. Both my parents were doctors and my mother, a superb cook and child psychiatrist, taught me the joys of experimenting with food.
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