A new report reveals that 2/3 of kids ages 2-19 are drinking nearly 7 times the amount of sugary drinks recommended by pediatricians: One 8-ounce drink a day vs the recommended one per week.  

In a world of raging heart disease, obesity and diabetes, many scientists continue to point the finger at sugar. However, proving a single foodstuff is to blame for these chronic diseases is remarkably difficult; scientists have had to base their conclusions on long-term…

Public appetite for all things organic has taken hold of the US food and drink industry to the tune of $43.3 billion in sales last year alone. Gatorade, a PepsiCo darling, has hopped on the bandwagon, announcing plans to roll out G Organic, a new product made with…

A half century of nutrition research related to heart health and dietary recommendations was influenced the sugar industry, a new paper in JAMA Internal Medicine reveals.

Limiting sugar intake to less than 10% of daily calories consumed could reduce the risks associated with being overweight, obesity, and tooth decay, according to new WHO guidelines released yesterday. The new guidelines zero in sugars added to processed foods. For the over…