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#16 [Permalink] Posted on 7th February 2014 01:51
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I try my best to eat less and cut down as much as possible on the sugar intake. It's hard to get completely away from it but at least we got to try.
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#17 [Permalink] Posted on 7th February 2014 01:54
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#18 [Permalink] Posted on 7th February 2014 03:23
Hakims say sugar is sweet poison. Alternatively you can healthily use honey and jaggery for sweetening.
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#19 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd June 2014 18:46
Should sugary foods and drinks cost more?


A campaign group has called on the UK government to introduce a "sugar tax" to help challenge obesity in children.

If the changes are taken on, sugary foods and drinks would cost more money.

Action on Sugar has created a seven-point plan to discourage children from having foods and soft drinks with high levels of added sugar.

The group says it's concerned with sugar and its effects on health. They say one in five 10-11 year olds in the UK is now obese.

The seven suggestions are:

Reduce added sugars in food by 40% by 2020

Ban all forms of targeted advertising of very processed, unhealthy foods and drinks to children

Banning junk food sports sponsorships

Reduce fat by 15% in very processed foods by 2020

Make very processed foods and sweetened soft drinks less available, as well as reducing portion sizes

Introduce a sugar tax to encourage people to eat more healthy food


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#20 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd June 2014 19:24
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One more thing to remember is that owing to our natural dietary habits (depending on the land we live) we find it difficult to adapt to the eating habits of the others..

I had a ugandan patient some days back presenting with gastritis.. asked him what did he eat.. said he ate 'Parota' so asked i him why he did not eat Ugali (Kenyan food, corn flour mixed with water) ( well i was under the impression that everyone in Africa ate Ugali) The guy gives a strange look and says we eat Matoke ( vegetables & meat mixed with banana).. :-)

we should never sleep on an empty stomach .. banana is fine but better avoid orange at night.. as the citrus may cause acidity to some..

wa Assalam..
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#21 [Permalink] Posted on 30th May 2024 10:43
Sugar is also known as...https://x.com/ronin19217435/status/1795650299572715738
Interesting video to share with those who love their sugar!
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