20 ways to quit sugar for good

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Whilst the UK government, Public Health England and celebrity chef Jamie Oliver debate whether a sugar tax is the answer, the research is in. Everyone, apart from Big Food the sugar industry, agrees that refined sugar is bad for more than our teeth and waistlines. It’s now widely accepted as a public health concern.
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the highs and lows of being a coke (a-cola) addict

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I can remember going to visit friends and being offered a 'glass of pop' when pop was the popular name for fizzy drinks (sodas). Those were the days when a fizzy drink was considered an occasional treat. All that's changed and fizzy drinks have fast become a 'staple' of many people's diets - at great cost to our health - and not just our physical health.
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a blueberry is a blueberry, or maybe not

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Dark glasses on? Check. Collar turned up? Check. Head for the shelves in the local supermarket and find some interesting labels for Surinder's Food Label video (as co-founder of an online health channel I didn't want to be caught with a basket full of pop tarts).
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fat's bad rap may be over

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Fat has been blamed for our expanding waistlines for years but is it really to blame? What about the role increased sugar has played?
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