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The Australian Paradox

 
 

A new website answers questions surrounding fructose, sugar, diabetes and the claims made over the "The Australian Paradox” paper that reports the observation that upward changes in the prevalence of overweight & obesity in Australia run counter to changes in refined sugars intake, is launched.

 
 

 
     
 

Recipe & Meal Plans

 
 

Recipes for healthy, slower-carb eating. Eat till you're full, feel satisfied and lose weight at the same time!

 
 

 
     
 

Look for the GI Symbol

 
 

The easiest way to find all round healthy food choices is to look for the GI symbol. They make you feel fuller for a longer time and help control appetite.

 
 

 
     
 

GI News—November 2014

 
 

What you need to know about stevia; Dr Alan Barclay on the fibre paradox;  Prof Jennie Brand-Miller: why we don't talk about simple and complex carbs any more; Fat cats, hungry birds an...

 
 

 
   
 

Food for Thought

 
 

Paradoxically...  When it comes to paradoxes, nutrition science produces its fair share. The French paradox has been followed by the Spanish paradox, the Australian paradox, the alpine paradox an...

 
 

 
   
 

What's new?

 
 

Sweet as! Four stories on sugars and sweetness feature in this issue of GI News. Run Rodent, Run!  In September 2014, a study linking artificial sweeteners (aspartame, sucralose and sacchari...