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The Globe and Mail
Soda companies targeting young people in low- and middle-income countries, says reportDespite pledges not to market to children, the world’s largest soft drink compa
Soda companies targeting young people in low- and middle-income countries, says report
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Despite pledges not to market to children, the world’s largest soft drink companies are borrowing tactics from the tobacco industry and turning their sights to young people in low- and middle-income countries to make up for falling sales elsewhere,... Read more
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New Kerala
How one sugary drink daily boosts India's death rate (Sugar-sweetened beverages account for every one in 200 deaths caused by India's
How one sugary drink daily boosts India's death rate (
New Kerala / Posted 13 days ago
Sugar-sweetened beverages account for every one in 200 deaths caused by India's rising tide of cardiovascular disease, diabetes and obesity, according to a 2015 study. "Over 80 percent of those deaths happen because sugary drinks are associated with... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Despite Changes to Federal Dietary Guidelines, the Rules of Healthy Eating Have Never ChangedOf course, making a comeback first requires an exodus. For decades, starting in
Despite Changes to Federal Dietary Guidelines, the Rules of Healthy Eating Have Never Changed
Connecticut Post / Posted 21 days ago
Of course, making a comeback first requires an exodus. For decades, starting in the 1960s onwards, saturated fat was the enemy. And thus, butter -- a convenient stand-in for saturated fat -- was exiled. Margarine, a butter replacement made from... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Despite Changes to Federal Dietary Guidelines, the Rules of Healthy Eating Have Never ChangedOf course, making a comeback first requires an exodus. For decades, starting in
Despite Changes to Federal Dietary Guidelines, the Rules of Healthy Eating Have Never Changed
Greenwich Time / Posted 21 days ago
Of course, making a comeback first requires an exodus. For decades, starting in the 1960s onwards, saturated fat was the enemy. And thus, butter -- a convenient stand-in for saturated fat -- was exiled. Margarine, a butter replacement made from... Read more
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Entrpreneur
Despite Changes to Federal Dietary Guidelines, the Rules of Healthy Eating Have Never ChangedOf course, making a comeback first requires an exodus. For decades, starting in
Despite Changes to Federal Dietary Guidelines, the Rules of Healthy Eating Have Never Changed
Entrpreneur / Posted 21 days ago
Of course, making a comeback first requires an exodus. For decades, starting in the 1960s onwards, saturated fat was the enemy. And thus, butter -- a convenient stand-in for saturated fat -- was exiled. Margarine, a butter replacement made from... Read more
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The News-Times
Despite Changes to Federal Dietary Guidelines, the Rules of Healthy Eating Have Never ChangedOf course, making a comeback first requires an exodus. For decades, starting in
Despite Changes to Federal Dietary Guidelines, the Rules of Healthy Eating Have Never Changed
The News-Times / Posted 21 days ago
Of course, making a comeback first requires an exodus. For decades, starting in the 1960s onwards, saturated fat was the enemy. And thus, butter -- a convenient stand-in for saturated fat -- was exiled. Margarine, a butter replacement made from... Read more
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WBEZ91.5
New Dietary Guidelines Crack Down on Sugar. But Red Meat Gets a PassAnd this month comes the official advice from the U.S. government: The Obama ad
New Dietary Guidelines Crack Down on Sugar. But Red Meat Gets a Pass
WBEZ91.5 / Posted 1 months ago
And this month comes the official advice from the U.S. government: The Obama administration has released its much-anticipated update to the Dietary Guidelines. The guidelines, which are revised every five years, are based on evolving nutrition... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
New Dietary Guidelines Crack Down On Sugar. But Red Meat Gets A PassAnd today comes the official advice from the U.S. government: The Obama adminis
New Dietary Guidelines Crack Down On Sugar. But Red Meat Gets A Pass
KPBS San Diego / Posted 1 months ago
And today comes the official advice from the U.S. government: The Obama administration has released its much-anticipated update to the Dietary Guidelines. The guidelines, which are revised every five years, are based on evolving nutrition science... Read more
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Daily Mail
Is your smoothie doing more harm than good?Is your smoothie doing you more HARM than good? Drinks actually cause levels of
Is your smoothie doing more harm than good?
Daily Mail / Posted 1 months ago
Is your smoothie doing you more HARM than good? Drinks actually cause levels of healthy antioxidants in the body to PLUMMET and upset our natural balance Smoothies have a high sugar content contributing to weight gain Manufacturers claim they... Read more

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