Food and nutrients - Sugar

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Portion distortion: Ice cream

It feels like bought ice creams are huge sometimes. HFG...

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Label detective: Sugar tax

What would it take to bring in a sugary drinks...

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Secrets to stop sugar cravings

Do you hunger for something sweet half an hour after...

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How to spot sugar

Becoming a sugar spy – sniffing out hidden additions or...

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Ask the experts: Reduced-fat foods and added sugar

Q. I have heard that products which are fat-reduced have...

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Smart swaps: Lower sugar

Reducing the added sugars we eat can help to control...

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‘Healthy’ sweet treats: Are they healthier?

Most of us enjoy a sweet treat sometimes and, as...

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Let’s call time on energy drinks

“Would you give your children 12 teaspoons of sugar and...

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How much sugar is in your drink?

When you knock back a fizzy drink, unless it’s a...

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Jamie Oliver slashes sugar

The introduction of a levy on sugary drinks across UK...

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10 things you should know about Coke No...

Coca-Cola has launched its new Coke variety, Coke No Sugar....

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How much sugar is in that iced tea?

Iced teas can be a delicious and refreshing summer drink,...

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How much sugar is in that dressing?

Dressings can contain more sugar than you realise and low-fat...

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How much sugar is in that sweetener?

We all know white sugar, but now there are many...

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Shopping for foods with less sugar

A diet low in added sugar is now recognised as...

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Making sense of sugar

“How can I substitute rice malt syrup for the sugar...

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Ask the experts: Low-sugar non-alcoholic drinks

Q. I have cut my alcohol consumption dramatically in the...

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How to be sugar smart

Does sugar deserve all the recent negative publicity it’s been...

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