A prevailing theory suggests that eating too much of any food, including sugar, can cause you to gain weight and it`s the resulting obesity that predisposes people to diabetes.
Smoothies contain more sugar than a glass of cola, a new investigation has revealed.
A cry-free jab! Next time your baby is frightened by an injection needle, pop some sugar pills in his mouth.
Elderly who eat food high in carbohydrates and sugar have nearly four times the risk of developing dementia, a new study has claimed.
There is no evidence to suggest that the current obesity epidemic can be specifically blamed on consumption of HFCS, according to a study.
Fat, not sugar, contributes to the more common Type-2 diabetes, said a leading scientist of the Visva Bharati University.
Cereal bars contain the equivalent of almost four teaspoons of sugar and high levels of fat.
Sugar-packed fizzy drinks are just as dangerous to health as smoking cigarettes, health experts have claimed.
Healthy" drinks may not be that healthy -- these often contain far more sugar than people realise.
Overweight adults who replaced some of the sugar in their diets with protein saw their high blood pressure drop slightly.
White rice might be pleasing to the palate, but it significantly increases the risk of type 2 diabetes when eaten regularly.
High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) and table sugar (sucrose), which are thought to have nearly identical effects on the body.
Muscle fitness drives super athleticism, especially when their cells efficiently utilise sugar as a fuel source, a study reveals.
The cause of hypoglycaemia - or very low levels of sugar in the blood - is genetic.
An inter-state police team has
seized 320 sacks of sugar, worth Rs 3.27 lakh.
Feeding the brain with sugar could dampen our desire for high-calorie food.
Just a spoonful of sugar can impart that killing edge to antibiotics against infections.
Researchers have proposed that fruit juice should not be included in five-a-day healthy portions.
Researchers are also advocating parents to give their children water instead of healthy fruit drinks as well as carbonated drinks and cordials, which have high concentrated sugar.
Sugar doesn`t melt, it decomposes, a new study by University of Illinois researchers has revealed.
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