Category: Sugar

242. Sugar: the Number One Threat

If I am asked “What is the first step to take to improve the nutritional quality of my diet?” my answer is that you should reduce sugar intake as much as possible. But this may prove to be very difficult. Lots of sugar First of...

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127. Beware of Fructose!

The original work of Ancel Keys which eventually led to the dietary guidelines recommending a reduction in total fat and particularly saturated fat (SFA) was based on epidemiological studies which related the national fat data...

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101 More News from Australia

As I explained in the previous blog (1) Robert Clark has now submitted his report, following the Inquiry he conducted into the actions of Jennie Brand-Miller and Anthony Barclay at the University of Sydney set up in response to...

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63. The Current Debate about Sugar

Sugar is definitely in the news these days. The “Action on Sugar” campaign has certainly hit the airwaves but has been challenged by The Grocer with various articles including one with the headline “Action on Sugar Case is...

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  • NHS must stop buying drugs that do more harm than good. Scope to save £Bns!! https://t.co/lk7miPMmww
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  • Cancer cells need steady supply of glucose to thrive. Cancer patients should limit sugar/carbs to absolute minimum. https://t.co/bID3NBtwdk
    about 43 mins ago
  • Excellent TEDx talk by Dr. Sarah Hallberg, who shows how T2D can be reversed by ignoring the dietary guidelines. https://t.co/S1za5smzHj
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  • Be very careful with vitamin and mineral supplements. May do more harm than good. https://t.co/wUIcCTyFiX
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  • Why do dietitians continue to recommend carbs when they are not essential nutrients? https://t.co/wmXN8bNwv3
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