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.
It’s the British Nutrition Foundation’s (BNF) Healthy Eating Week 2019! Healthy Eating Week aims to encourage UK workplaces, universities, schools and nurseries to come together to focus on healthy eating and drinking, physical activity and celebrating healthy living. As part of this week, BNF has set five challenges for us all to try as well
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