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Sweating is a natural and completely normal part of staying cool and healthy, but some of the accompanying smells are anything but! If you've noticed that your sweat smells worse when you’ve overdone it on the sweet stuff, you're not alone. Here’s how your sugar habit is making you stink.   

You probably know what sugar can do to your waistline, not to mention its effects on your mood and energy levels, but you might not be aware of the insidious effects it’s having on your hormones – and what this means for your whole body.

Researchers from Harvard University have confirmed the mental health dangers of ultra-processed food, but their findings on soft drinks with artificial sweeteners comes as a shock to many. Your diet Coke might not be the healthy alternative you think it is! 

We all have our vices—those habits that we know aren't doing our health any favours, yet we just can’t get ourselves to stop. Whether it's overdoing it on the sweet stuff or overindulging in alcohol, breaking free from these unhealthy habits can be challenging. But fear not, because positive change is possible – we’re going to show you how. 

Sugar has a sneaky way of finding its place in foods you'd least expect, but there are a few places that will have to double-checking your fridge and taking a deep-dive into your shopping list. 

Sugar, in all its addictive sweetness, can have unexpected consequences for our hydration levels. Yep, it’s not just raising our risk for heart disease and obesity, it’s also dehydrating us. Here’s how.

From sweet treats to sugary beverages, it's all too easy to indulge in the sweet white stuff, but what you might not realise is that sugar can sabotage your gut, particularly when it comes to a Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection.

There’s only one city in the United States that qualifies for the Blue Zone list of thriving communities – but what makes it any different from the rest of the country? That’s what we’re here to find out, plus how you can make use of their techniques for healthier life. Spoiler alert: they’re not big on sugar!

Have you ever found yourself unable to stop eating a bag of chips or put away the tub of ice cream, even after a fulfilling meal? The not-so-sweet alliance of sugar and fat in certain foods seems to have an uncanny power over our taste buds and cravings. Here’s how it works, plus why healthy fats can actually help combat sugar cravings. 

We all have a trillions-sized dose of bacteria in our gut – we need these guys for digestion, immunity and nutrient absorption – but sometimes things can get a little out of control. Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) is a condition affecting, well, the small intestine, and if you’ve got it, you’ll likely know it. It causes a host of distressing symptoms, from diarrhoea to malnutrition – here’s what you need to know.

If you’ve been experiencing the trifecta of poor gut health signs – we’re talking about constipation, diarrhoea and bloating, here – or some of the less obvious signs like poor mood, brain fog and fatigue, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got a few tips to boost your gut health in no time, from learning how to quit added sugar to consuming prebiotic-rich foods – it’s all here!

In recent years, a war has been waged against fats – but is it warranted? The research says no. In fact, healthy fats actually play a vital role in nutrient absorption, mood and hormone regulation along with gut health – from digestion to balancing our microbiome. Sugar, on the other hand? Trouble.
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