A study by the University of Aldershot led by Mark Lowton has shown that cannibals fed a Mediterranean diet were less likely to suffer coronary disease than those who stuck to their regular diet.
Lowton says due to limited funding the study was made on ex-patriot residents of Papua-New Guinea now residing in Great Britain.
Bunji Cummabay, a student at The Local School of Economics, who participated in the study volunteered to be interviewed and said that "The Mediterranean diet is not only healthy but was preferred by most as well."
"While I prefer Italian and can eat it every day I like Spanish and Greek as well for variety."
"French is also very good but's not strictly speaking Mediterranean unless you are in the south near Marseilles and even then you have to be careful. I once got off a train there feeling hungry and ate a couple of Tunisians by mistake."
"I confess I like to treat myself and have some Chinese now and then around Christmas and spice things up with a little Indian on the weekends watching football which is great with cold beer."
"I try and stay away from Germans as I find them too heavy and Englishmen are completely inedible."