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Sugar abuse and health awareness

A concerning fast-spread worldwide problem that we take seriously!

How much sugar are you ingesting without even knowing it?

Not everyone is aware, but nowadays sugar can be found in most food products and it’s controlling many people’s lives – not only because of sweets, soft drinks or chocolate, but it can also be found in cooking sauces, most types of bread, dairy, pasta, meat products, on and on. Even in many “fat-free” snacks available on the market!


In the past few years, international health organizations have been warning consumers about the “refined sugar hazards” and the problems related to it, such as teeth and liver problems, diabetes and obesity, cardiovascular diseases and even cancer for example.

Since the beginning, one of our main mission and passion is to produce tasty and healthy products with no added sugar; they contain only naturally occurring sugars from the ingredients we use. We are also committed to create awareness about the so called “sugar addiction”, which can be as harmful to health as drug or alcohol addiction.

There are two kinds of sugar - the widespread white refined "table sugar" (sucrose), commonly found in sweets, chocolate, soft drinks and in most types of processed food. In other hand, there are the naturally occurring sugars found in fruit, vegetables, full fat dairy, honey and unrefined carbohydrates. In short, all our products contain only those natural occurring sugars from fruits, vegetables, whole grains and similar ingredients. Simply healthy and natural!

Some external links with more information and health related issues

Please note that most articles are protected by copyright laws and cannot be reproduced without the consent of their authors and/or publishers

Sugar addiction doesn't just lead to obesity; It affects your heart health, brain function and even your sex life

From the Medical Daily, published by Dana Dovey

What does sugar do to your brain?

From the Health Awareness, published by Mark O'Brien

10 things you don’t know about sugar

From the Huffington Post, published by Kristin Kirkpatrick

The World Health Organization calls on countries to reduce sugars intake among adults and children

From the World Health Organization, published as a press release

Treating sugar addiction like drug abuse

From the ScienceDaily, published on behalf of multiple research organizations

New dietary guidelines call for less sugar and less meat

From the American Cancer Society, published by Hope Cristol

Taxing sugary drinks can curb global epidemic of obesity and diabetes

From the United Nations Health Agency, published in the UN News Centre

How much is too much? - The growing concern over too much added sugar in our diets

From the SugarScience research department (University of California - San Francisco)

15 terrible things that happen if you eat too much sugar

From the Business Insider, published by Lauren F. Friedman

Are there good and bad sugars?

From the BBC iWonder platform


The external links provided above are solely for information purposes and to raise awareness within the general public. None of the authors or publishers are related or affiliated with the Institute of Innovative Biomedical Technology or any of our research partners

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