Sugar can often be a confusing topic with many different and often conflicting articles and information out there. Hopefully this blog gives you a little more knowledge about the role sugar can play as part of a balanced diet and lifestyle.
At Making Sense of Sugar, we are working with a number of different professionals, including Registered Dietitians and chefs so do look out for their guest posts.
At Making Sense of Sugar, we want to provide you with tips and information that can help you with your everyday choices. To make sure we’re giving you the best advice, we work with a range of experts who are all leading professionals in their fields and can help you achieve a balanced diet and
Let’s positively change children’s behaviour Across the UK, school children will be taking part in the British Nutrition Foundation’s (BNF) Healthy Eating Week 2016, from 13 – 17 June. The concept behind this Week is to encourage healthier choices, through fun and relevant activities, which engage with children and young people about health and physical
I know from experience that it can be hard to brush your children’s teeth, especially just before bed when they are tired, but it has to be done! So to give you a helping hand, here’s my guide on how to brush your children’s teeth. Time to brush It doesn’t matter how old your child
It is never too early to start caring for our children’s teeth. As soon as their deciduous or “baby” teeth have erupted they need to be looked after. It’s a common misconception that baby teeth don’t matter so much as they will be replaced by adult teeth. The truth is that they are important to
Making Sense of Sugar is delighted to welcome dentist Dr James Russell to our team of experts. James has been a qualified dentist for 15 years and is well known for his work with Channel 4’s Embarrassing Bodies. As a father himself and working in his dental clinic, James knows the challenges which many parents face