A range of searching lifestyle and psychological tests are used to assess a family's health - and the results provide a rather worrying vision of the future. What will the kids look like as they grow up, what are their health prospects - and can the negative trends be reversed?
Adeline Garman , 30, is the uncrowned shoe-shopping queen of Brighton and a very enthusiastic holidaymaker, with Little surprise, then, that debts of E17,000 are putting a serious strain on her marriage. Lifestyle expert Jay Hunt works on girly weekends that don't cost thousands of pounds while psychological coach Benjamin Fry discovers some home truths about
Adeline's past. New episode. There's another new edition Thursday 9pm
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