Tagged: sugar

6 teaspoons of sugar a day helps the diseases stay down, in a most challenging way - Public Health Expert

Public Health Expert Mar 07, 2014

Tony Blakely, Nick Wilson Here comes the next big battle in nutrition: SUGAR. Yesterday, the World Health Organization put out their widely anticipated guidelines on sugar intake for consultation. In this blog, we review some of the underlying evidence on … Continue reading → … Read More

Episode 33: Sweet and sour - The Sciblogs Podcast

Peter Griffin Jun 22, 2012

A bumper edition this week of the Sciblogs podcast owing to the huge amount of interesting science news around the traps. The last electric sports car? I kick off with my Science Media Centre colleagues John Kerr and Dacia Herbulock analysing what’s come out of the Rio20+ summit in Brazil – what have the world’s nation’s agreed … Read More

Sugar Sickness - MacDoctor

Jim McVeagh Dec 27, 2011

New Zealand is, apparently, the third fattest nation in the world according to OECD statistics. Yet fighting the obesity “epidemic” is not rocket science. Apart from the very few people who have some serious metabolic disorder, all that causes obesity is taking in more calories than you burn up. Yes, it is rather more complicated [...] Related posts: … Read More