Browsing the "sugar" Tag

Added sugar is worse for your body than salt.

December 18th, 2014 | by Becky Striepe

Added sugars are a fact of life if you eat pretty much any processed foods, and we knew that wasn't good news. But a new study revealed that in the battle of white powders, added sugar is even worse for us than added salt


Alain Ducasse, the Top Chef in France, is Cutting Meat Items from His Menu

September 7th, 2014 | by Jill Ettinger

France is known for its food, and perhaps no chef is better known than French chef Alain Ducasse. He’s got the Michelin Stars to prove it—21 in total—more than any other chef currently alive. But he’s doing the almost unthinkable. Alain Ducasse is dropping much-loved French meat staples from the menu at his three-star restaurant at the luxury Plaza Athénée hotel


Sugar: The Bad, The Ugly, and How to Avoid It

April 7th, 2014 | by Becky Striepe

We talk a lot about sugar in this space. That sweet, white powder is delicious, but it's also at least partially responsible for public health problems from obesity to diabetes to heart disease. Singular sugar facts don't always paint the complete picture. Let's take a broader look at sugar, our health, and how you can cut back on the sweet stuff


Is Sugar Killing You?

April 1st, 2014 | by Jennifer Kaplan

A recent study found a significant relationship between added sugar consumption and increased risk of death from cardiovascular disease. A recent [&hellip



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