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The sweet stuff

A spoonful of sugar might help the medicine go down, but what’s the best approach when including it in our own diet? Nutrition Editor Eve Kalinik reports

real nutrition

Sugar has been made a scapegoat food for many years. While we know that eating copious amounts of the stuff doesn’t leave such a sweet after-effect, enjoying some of your favourite chocolate or a slice of apple pie should not be seen as villainous. Like any other food, sugar in moderation is part of a balanced diet, and yes, that’s the plain white stuff.

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