sugar

One third of Australian children have tooth decay by the age of six.
Unfortunately 'never' isn't a realistic option.
Plus the difference between natural sugar and added sugar.
Satisfying our sweet tooth might make us feel better in the short term, but new research has furthered growing evidence that
Sugar may be bad not only for your teeth and your waistline, but also your mental health, claimed a study Thursday that was
Food ratings systems don't distinguish between naturally occurring sugars and those added in.
Plus why we crave sugar in the first place.
Opting for a diet fizzy drink may seem like the healthier option, but artificial sweeteners used in the beverages may actually
We can't just blame sugar for our expanding waistlines.