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It has around 200 times sweeter than sugar and has a slight taste of liquorice.
Here are four takeaways to digest from the Global Nutrition Report, which acts as a report card on the world’s progress in tackling problems in this area.
Following the World Health Organization’s recent announcement that processed and red meat can cause cancer, Euronews explores the facts behind the
UNICEF says the level of acute malnutrition among displaced children in the Syrian cities of Aleppo, Hama and Deir-ez-Zor is now “serious”. The
The World Health Organisation suggests that adults should eat no more than 50 grams of sugar (12 teaspoons) per day to avoid the risks of obesity and
The sight of sugary doughnuts and crispy pastries can be tempting and tantalising. It has long been known that too many such tasty treats are bad
American fast food giant McDonald’s says its US restaurants will gradually stop buying chickens raised on antibiotics used in human medical
In a landmark decision Europe’s top court has ruled that obese people can be considered as disabled. The ruling has implications for employers, who
Britain may have to introduce a sugar tax to curb soaring obesity rates, it’s been claimed. Sally Davies, chief medical officer for England, said
Easy to make, cheap and cheerful, pizza remains a favorite meal in many countries. But, as with many things in life, the pleasure comes with a
Pizza lovers, rejoice: very soon, we’ll be able to order a non-fat Margherita that won’t taste awful! Helena Bysell from SP Technological research