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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.
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.
Recipe & Meal Plans
Recipes for healthy, slower-carb eating. Eat till you're full, feel satisfied and lose weight at the same time!
GI News—April 2014
GI Symbol: making healthier choices easier whatever your diet; Eating yoghurt may reduce diabetes risk; Nicole Senior looks at delicious, nutritious pumpkins; Anneka Manning's Spiced B...
Food for Thought
Enjoying food: Ground-breaking dietary guidelines from Brazil. “The guide is not just concerned with avoiding obesity and disease,” says Jean-Claude Moubarac. “It is also designed to enco...
Breast cancer survivors more likely to develop diabetes, and should be screened more closely. A large population study in Diabetologia shows that post-menopausal women who are breast cancer surv...