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British MPs have approved a tax on soft drinks starting April
2018. Ministers hope it will help tackle the nation's obesity
There will be two bands of taxes - one for soft drinks with more
than 5g of sugar per 100ml and a higher one for drinks with more
than 8g per...
Children with obesity face four times the risk of developing
type 2 diabetes compared to children with a body mass index (BMI)
in the normal range, according to a study published in
theJournal of the Endocrine Society.
For the study the researchers reviewed health records of...
Relatively small changes - such as losing as little as 3
kilograms or maintaining our weight - could have a significant
effect in reducing the health impact of overweight or obesity in
Australia, according to a new report from the Australian Institute
of Health and Welfare (AIHW).
By Robert Lustig, as featured in the
Professor Robert Lustigis professor of paediatrics
at University of California, San Francisco. He is in Australia for
theBioCeuticals Research Symposium.
Australia is in the grip of the twin crises of obesity and type
News article from the Coolum and North Shore News - 20
WHILE some new year's resolutions were never destined to be
kept, Diabetes Queensland is urging us all to stick with the
program for a healthy 2017.
According to Diabetes Queensland chief executive officer
South Africa needs to look at many more factors to fight the
flab rather than just a soft drinks tax, says Nellie Myburgh of the
University of the Witwatersrand.
In South Africa obesity related lifestyle diseases rival
HIV/AIDS and TB in terms of their impact. Research shows that
Australia's largest ever fruit and
vegetable survey has found that four out of five Australian adults
are not eating enough fruit and vegetables in order to meet the
Australian Dietary Guidelines.
Worryingly, theFruit, Vegetables and Diet
ScoreReport found one in two (51 per...
The page 3 article in Queensland's The
Courier Mail today reports good news from a survey by the insurer
Medibank Private. Compared to older generations, 18 to 34 year olds
are drinking less alcohol, eating more healthy food and exercising
This news picks up on...
New research, partly funded by Diabetes Australia, has found a
medicinal diet that boosts good bacteria in the gut could help
reduce the risk of type 1 diabetes.
The research, from a team at Monash University, found a special
combination of fermentable fibre was successful in...
Easter brings its own challenges for people living with
diabetes, but who or what is the villain? Chocolate or the people
telling you not to eat it?
When you live with diabetes, some people will raise their
eyebrows if you eat chocolate, or worse, ask the dreaded "Should