Many big beer brands, including Molson Coors, Corona and Budweiser have stepped into the market this year.
For more than 400 years, sugar remained a luxury in Europe—an exotic spice—until manufacturing became efficient enough to
I admit, I always check the customized Google alerts that are delivered right to my handheld device. But we all need to take a step back, especially when looking at the latest health news.
If there are multiple contenders for the single nutrient that is public health enemy #1, the logical conclusion is that none is.
I would feel special that Coke would make a special beverage just for my people, but unfortunately this all comes down to money.
Thanks to alert reader Glen for pointing out that the FDA already has a regulation for Corn Sugar in the Code of Federal
Sugar need not be the devil in the food industry; there is a good reason our bodies crave it. But when we saturate ourselves with anything, physically or mentally, we become dependent on it.
If you want to see how future national policy wars will be fought, keep your eye on Coca-Cola and the American Beverage Association. Over the next few years sugar will become the new tobacco.
I have taken the research to a new level, and have turned my own body into a test case for theories about European vs. American diets.