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At this rate, more than 5 million individuals will be living with diabetes by 2025. Diabetes UK has stated that this is a public health crisis that needs urgent government focus and action.
Full of great ideas and tips, Cancer Research UK’s latest fund-raising campaign is for individuals to ditch sugar for the month to raise money and tackle obesity.
And we have a great Alpro 'No Sugars' pancake recipe for the 25th!
Cost is often cited as a major barrier for lower income groups to adopt a sustainable and healthy diet. New research demonstrates that healthy and sustainable eating habits can be achieved by all UK individuals, irrespective of income level.
Public Health England's latest update report of it's Sugar Reduction programme, indicates that despite improvements, more drastic action is needed if we are to achieve the government's target of a 20% sugar reduction by 2020.
Veganuary has started the new year and is now gaining in popularity. But is this initiative helping or hindering the average UK consumer to adopt healthy and sustainable eating patterns?
Alpro kick starts 2020 by focusing on its 'no sugars' range.
Launched on the 30th October 2019. Heart health is high on the government agenda with a clear call to action to prioritise improving the nations dietary habits which have changed little over the last 30 years. The Ultimate Cholesterol Lowering Plan© (UCLP©) - an evidence-based and highly flexible dietary intervention - has been specifically developed to tackle heart health.
SACN's final report on saturated fat and health was finally published July 2019. This new fully referenced fact sheet provides a summary of the findings and what this means for public health messaging for UK and Irish consumers.
The latest science and practical guide to the UCLP©
Two years on, the Diabetes UK-funded Diabetes Remission Clinical Trial (DiRECT), has confirmed that losing weight is a key factor to keeping type 2 diabetes at bay.
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