On 2 August it revealed the 'secret to a longer life' which was:
not smoking, regular exercise, not being overweight and eating a Mediterranean-style diet.
On 17 September, the front page explained the was a 'miracle diet' that could 'stop heart disease'. The 'miracle' was:
Taking more exercise, eating more fruit and vegetables, reducing alcohol intake and slashing the amount of saturated fat in our diet
On Wednesday, the front page says:
Yes, this latest health 'wonder' is that eating fruit and veg is good for you. Some 'wonder'. And while the research suggests fruit and veg can help reduce the risk of heart disease in people with 'specific genetic risk factors', that's not the same as a 'cure'.
But why would anyone have got the impression fruit and veg wasn't good for your health?
(Hat-tip to Nick Sutton for the 'dangers' front page)
(Post updated with NHS Behind the Headlines link)