2016 could be the year of the sugar tax, as several large nations consider levies on sweetened food and drinks to battle obesity and fatten government coffers.
A study states that the global diet is getting sweeter particularly when it comes to beverages, warning that added sugars of all kinds are increasing rapidly in the diets of people living in developing countries.
Sugar-free drinks can cause measurable damage to the tooth enamel, says a new study.
A gradual reduction in drinks' sugar content over five years - without replacing it with artificial sweeteners - is the best approach.
For many American teens, the stars of pop music are like gods. They want to dress like them, talk like them, dance like them and perhaps even eat like them.
Adults prefer to buy more of sugar-sweetened beverages and nutrient-poor discretionary foods from supermarkets and grocery stores, according to a study.
Trying to avoid sugar? Good decision we say.Cutting down on sugary goods is definitely a major achievement. But that is just a part of the challenge; your aim of going sugar-free is not complete until ...
Extra 20 percent tax on sugar-based drinks to fight Britain's rising obesity epidemic.