Lifestyle and environment - Additives

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How to choose: Ready meals

Convenient they may be, but how do ready meals stack...

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How much salt in your kids’ day

It’s easy for sodium to build up over a day....

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Processed foods: Can they be healthy?

Mention ‘processed foods’ and you probably think of fat or...

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Label detective: Sugar tax

What would it take to bring in a sugary drinks...

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How to choose hot drinks

There aren’t many things better than wrapping your hands around...

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How to spot sugar

Becoming a sugar spy – sniffing out hidden additions or...

USEFUL RESOURCES

A simple guide to food additives

Many of our favourite foods these days contain a long...

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Additive labelling

Ciska de Rijk and Gwendoline Keel, food law specialists at...

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Are the problems with your kids really about...

From grizzles and rashes to running wild and refusing to...

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The dark side of the white stuff

It’s confusing when we’re being told not to eat too...

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Sugar, sugar: Where’s it hiding?

There’s nothing wrong with a little sugar, says HFG senior...

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The top unhealthy eating traps for travellers and...

When you’re in the habit, it’s not so hard to...

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Would you like bugs for dinner?

Today I received a very interesting delivery, all the way...

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Pressure is mounting: let’s be brave and introduce...

At the weekend a group of over 70 public health...

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Let’s do something about obesity, type 2 diabetes...

We’ve been hearing for a while now the alarming reports...

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Sugary drinks tax petition: why are we doing...

Media organisations – especially magazines – lobbying the government is...

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Is all processed food evil?

What do you look at first on a food label?...

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No appetite for just numbers

YOUR SAY: HFG reader Ian writes... "As a stroke-recoverer, it has...
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