Vegan vs. Omnivore: Part 3 – The Environment

Our newly developed understanding of climate change clearly shows that in order to save the planet we must first unlearn factory farming. But can changing how we eat save the world?
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Energy drinkers would cut back if prices increased

With tax on sugary soft drinks due to come into effect in 2018, the majority of UK sports and energy drink users say they expect their purchasing of these products to be affected as a result...
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  • Brexit Pharma

Brexit creates opportunities for UK pharma

While the exit of the UK from the European Union (EU) undoubtedly creates significant issues for the UK pharmaceutical and medical device industries in ensuring highly regulated European markets...
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Sadiq Kahn to ban bikini ads

Adverts that promote lean or athletic physiques are to be banned from transport in London. The move will see and end to campaigns such as Protein World's that caused controversy...
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Food industry is UK’s biggest killer

Unhealthy food supplied by the food industry is now the biggest cause of death and ill health in the UK. Consensus Action on Salt & Health (CASH) calls for the government to immediately...
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Return of the sugar tax

The so called sugar tax, to be introduced in April 2018, will target companies producing sugary drinks and is expected to raise £520 million in tax that could potentially be reinvested into the NHS...
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Sugar Association on FDA sugar values

Accusation of failing scientific standards...
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  • Nutrition Facts Panel

How to turn a label into an advantage

Nutrition facts panel presents opportunity...
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Health Canada recognizes Verisol as safe

Collagen ingredient granted NPN...
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Are U.S. low-fat guidelines failing?

Nutrition non-profit cites inconsistencies...
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