High sugar intake is usually associated with diabetes and obesity, but the practice has other dangerous consequences. Consuming high amounts of sugar can also trigger Alzheimer's disease.
Chocolate bars including famous brands such as Kit Kat, Yorkie and Aero will contain 10 percent less sugar by next year according to manufacturer Nestle. Just last year, Nestle said their researchers had made a scientific breakthrough by discovering a way to structure sugar differently so that only 40% less is use.
Adding extra to your coffee can add up to your calories. Tea drinkers who add flavorings and sugar can get calories added up to their diet too.
Researchers found that eight out of 10 think that their children’s breakfast cereal is healthy.
UK children are eating half of their recommended daily sugar allowance at breakfast alone. Parents are advised to prepare healthier foods that kids would love.
A British Charity Group is calling out Starbucks for putting too much sugar in its hot drinks.
Researchers at MIT and Harvard announced a novel way to shield bioengineered pancreatic Beta cells from the body's immune system.
Health warning labels on sugar-sweetened beverages can influence how parents shop, a new study found.
Unless the obesity epidemic is attacked on all fronts, the future generations are bound to suffer, says a new report.
The 2016 nutritional guidelines jointly released by US departments of Agriculture and Health and Human Services advised Americans to cut back on sugar but softened on cholesterol-rich eggs and coffee.
A recently published report by the National Public Health Institute and the University of Carolina revealed a huge drop in sales of soda drinks a year after the Mexican government implemented a sugar tax hike on sweetened beverages.
A freshly rolled out dietary guidelines jointly authored by the US Health and US Agriculture Departments advised Americans to cut back their consumption of added sugar, salt, and cholesterol-laden foods and instead shift to healthier diets composed of more fruits and vegetables
A newly published research suggests that sugar-enriched Western diet is closely linked with higher breast cancer risks and metastasis to the lungs.
Scientists find that the main culprit of cancerous growth in humans is sugar overdose.
Fructose could potentially speed up cancer growth, a new study is reporting.