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The Clean Treats Factory
German scientists have discovered that your brain is actively taking in sugar, rather than passively absorbing it, as previously thought. Prior to this new study, it was believed that the human brain...
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Eating disorders affect about one in 20 Australians, both men and women, of all ages and backgrounds, with around 15 percent of Australian women experiencing an eating disorder at some point during th...
Well Plated By Erin
Swearing off sugar has become almost a religion in the last few years, as sugar has started copping the blame for everything from obesity to autoimmune disease. There's no doubt that, in general, we're eating (and drinking) far too much sugar. But is demonising sugar really necessary?
• Store-bought sugar-free desserts aren't always the tastiest. Bake at home! • Stock up on maple syrup, honey, dates and bananas as healthier alternatives to refined sugar. Sugar makes its way into so...
Want to indulge in a traditional recipe without the sugar crash that can sometimes follow? Try this 'sugar free' Christmas cake. "Christmas cake was always something I couldn’t have because I am glut...