THE MIDLIFE KITCHEN: EAT TO LIVE WELL FOR LONGER

All next week, diet and nutrition experts Mimi, 49, and Sam, 46, share the recipes that help them look like this. The Midlife Kitchen will be serialised exclusively for the Daily Mail.

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