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.
If you’re a regular at the local coffee shop after the school drop off, partial to grabbing a sandwich at lunchtime with work friends or enjoy a take-away with the family at the weekend, you may well be familiar with the challenge of maintaining a balanced diet when eating food prepared outside of the home.
Summer already feels like a distant memory now with Halloween and Bonfire Night almost upon us. So what does this mean for what we eat and drink as the seasons change and as the nights draw in, how do we keep active? At Making Sense of Sugar we’ve put together some ideas and tips to
As we approach September, we’re all frantically trying to get the kids ready for the new school year – whether it’s getting back into the routine of early starts in the morning, the school run or working out what to put in their lunchboxes that’s quick and easy. So, at Making Sense of Sugar we’ve
As we head into school holidays, many of us are busy planning how we will keep our kids entertained for six whole weeks and desperately hoping that the sun continues to shine. For some of us, it also means an interruption to the daily routine – breakfast a bit later, lunch on the go and
Welcome to the British Nutrition Foundation’s (BNF) Healthy Eating Week; which is all about encouraging UK workplaces, universities, schools and nurseries to come together to focus on healthy eating and drinking, physical activity and not forgetting, celebrating healthy living. As part of this week, BNF has set five challenges for us all to try as