Obese children’s health and weight improved when extra sugar in their diets was replaced with non-sugary foods. No change was made in calories or junk food.
California is rolling out its soda tax again, while Russia may add soda, potato chips and palm oil to their excise tax list. Both cite health concerns.
A college in Middlebury, Vermont, will no longer sell energy drinks starting March 7 because they don’t “nourish” students and promote risky behavior.
Do you have any idea how much sugar you’re taking in daily? Some beverages contain up to 25 teaspoons of sugar!
Findings of a study on the link between sucralose and cancer that caused uproar in 2013 have finally been published.
A District Court Judge has ruled that Chobani must halt its negative ad campaign against Dannon and General Mills’s 100-calorie Greek yogurts.
Are the new dietary guidelines based on science, or are they based more on politics and the almighty dollar?
Though sugar prices remain high, sugar companies are facing what they call ‘serious roadblocks’ due to the anti-GMO movement – aka demand for GMO-free.
Nestle has to remove its claim that Nesquik is “a great start to the day” after a lobbying group claimed it encouraged poor nutritional habits in children.
The spending bill passed by Congress last week repealed country-of-origin labeling designed to let Americans know where their meat comes from.
PepsiCo says it will release a line of organic Gatorade in 2016, but there is no word on exactly what that means. Can we trust PepsiCo?
Scientists have linked drinking 3-4 cups a coffee a day to a decreased risk for Type 2 diabetes.
Will a rare form of sugar known as L-fucose soon be genetically engineered in order to ‘help treat skin cancer?’
Coca-Cola has been caught donating to ‘charities’ that published propaganda telling people that sugary drinks are not to blame for obesity and other diseases.
Avoid weight gain this Thanksgiving by following these simple suggestions to enjoy the holiday without completely stuffing yourself.
Reducing the amount of sugar that children consume for as little as 9 days is all it takes for youngsters’ health to start improving, a new study says.
Filmmaker Sacha Harland decided to rid his life of all added sugar and alcohol to see how it would affect health. Here is what happened.