Sugar is still a problem

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Wednesday, 29 September 2021.
Tagged: Foodwatch Newsletter, health, healthy eating, healthy lifestyle, newsletter, nutrition, sugar, vegetables

Sugar is still a problem
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From the added sugar hidden in foods, the new generation of sugar-free sweeteners, and much more, I explore why sugar is still a problem despite all the information about it. 

It's all about the sweeter side of things this month...

In this month’s newsletter, I write about sugar and the problems it causes with our health, something I know is dear to your hearts.

Keeping with the sweetness theme, I explain the difference between honey and agave syrup. And I follow up with a recap of this year’s #Vegetable challenge – thanks again to all of you who took part.

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