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Do you struggle to control your kids from snacking?

On today's show, we're discussing kids and weight management.

With one in three children in England now overweight or obese we want to know if you struggle to keep your children eating healthily. Do you find it hard to stop them snacking on sweets, chocolate and crisps? Tell us your tips for getting them to eat healthy food.

Get in touch via Twitter, Facebook or by emailing gmb@itv.com by 8am on Friday 30 January. You must be 18 and over, for terms and conditions see itv.com/terms

Do you argue about the heating bills?

A new survey reveals that women like the temperature hotter than men in the house, and that if the sexes lived separately, men would pay a whopping £425 less than women on heating their homes.

Do you argue about the temperature/heating bills? Would you be happy to go on camera later today with your other half for a lighthearted piece on thermostat wars?

If so please email gmb@itv.com before 3.30pm today (29 January). You must be 18 and over. Terms and conditions at itv.com/terms