A recent study found a significant relationship between added sugar consumption and increased risk of death from cardiovascular disease. A recent study reported in JAMA Internal Medicine found a significant relationship between [ … ]
New research indicts sugar, Subway ditches doughy carcinogens, and the GMO labeling battle escalates. Meanwhile, vegans take over the world. For the week’s best news stories from the food world, read on!
It’s a white powder that makes you feel great. You crave it, and after eating some you usually want just a little more. You know it’s bad for you, and you can stop any time. Really, you can.
Wanna’ drop by Starbucks for a Gingerbread Latte? Before you do — heads up! A large cup of that tasty holiday beverage contains 47 grams of sugar. Seriously.
Getting those eight glasses of water per day can be a little bit tricky, especially if you’re not a fan of plain water. Replacing some of your water servings with drinks that have a little bit of carbonation or flavor can help make those eight glasses more attainable and fun!
Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Associated British Foods are the world’s biggest producers and buyers of sugar are not doing enough to stop land grabs and conflicts in their supply chains, says Oxfam [ … ]
Check out this vintage ad claiming that a daily bottle of Coke can help with weight loss!
CSPI wants us to stop drinking so much soda with its “Life’s Sweeter With Fewer Sugary Drinks” campaign and its “Pour One Out” contest. Watch the winning video.
Could forcing food companies to separately label added sugars lead to a reduction in sugary ingredients? The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) thinks so!
If you’re trying to choose a healthier drink but want something with a little more pizazz than plain ol’ water, you might reach for a Vitaminwater thinking that it’s a reasonably healthy alternative. Think again.
The holidays are full of sugary temptation. Here are some tips to squelch that sweet tooth and be good to your body!
A new, small-scale study found a correlation between artificial sweetener consumption and weight gain in rats.
Have you ever read an ingredients list and seen “evaporated cane juice” on the label? A California lawsuit is calling this ingredient into question.