Sugar and addiction: a review of the evidence
“Sugar addiction” is commonly thrown around - but is it myth or reality?
Carbohydrate vs Fat: Is it really the great debate?
Some claim that carbohydrate rather than saturated fat should be restricted in the diet for optimum health. New Zealand nutrition experts put the current debate into context.
Sugar in Australian breakfast cereals
Breakfast cereals are often criticised for their high sugar content, but how do Australian breakfast cereals rate?
Diet and the microbiome
We hear a lot about the microbiome but what is it? How does it affect health? And how can diet optimise our microbiome?
"A healthy eating plan for diabetes can include some sugar"
Diabetes Australia advice on eating well for people with diabetes
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All carbohydrates will be converted to glucose, which is the body's most efficient source of energy for organs and muscles.
Non-caloric sweeteners may not elicit the same effects as natural sugars
Consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages is positively associated with CVD mortality
No association between ADHD and sucrose consumption