Female prisoners demand less 'carb heavy' foods and moan they're served too many pizzas, pasta and chips

Female prisoners have won a battle to be served up less ‘carb heavy’ food – such as bread, chips, pasta and pizzas jail.

Inmates at the 400-capacity Eastwood Park jail in Gloucestershire complained to the governor and canteen workers that they were being served up too many meals packed with carbohydrates.

With the rise in popularity of low-carb diets, which exclude foods like bread, pizzas, chips and sugary foods, prisoners demanded to be given a more ‘balanced diet’.

Prison chiefs agreed and are currently working on a new menu for the inmates after prison

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