Articles tagged with: soft drinks

Huge portions of junk food - the 7 worst culprits

Huge portions of junk food - the 7 worst culprits

Nutritionists know that portion sizes have increased over the past 20 years. What’s more they are contributing to our obesity crisis. However, it’s not just the amount, but the type, that’s the problem. It’s not those core foods such as vegetables or meat that are the culprits. It’s the large serves of junk foods that are the real cause. This post has been sponsored by MLA.      Save

10 August 2016 by Catherine Saxelby

Q: What is the difference between Coke Life and regular Coca Cola?

Q: What is the difference between Coke Life and regular Coca Cola?

A. Coke Life, is a bit of a marketing ploy really. It delivers a modest reduction in sugar compared with regular Coke and has a tenth...

9 March 2016 by Catherine Saxelby

Product Snapshot: Coke Life vs Coke Regular – a side by side taste test

Product Snapshot: Coke Life vs Coke Regular – a side by side taste test

Coca Cola’s latest variant Coke Life has hit our supermarket shelves and I’m sure you’ve seen it! Packaged in bright...

1 May 2015 by Guest reviewer

The 13 REAL causes of the obesity crisis

The 13 REAL causes of the obesity crisis

Forget sugar as the sole villain. Don’t blame fat alone for the flab. Forget carbs as the culprit. There is no silver bullet for...

1 October 2014 by Catherine Saxelby

Q. What's the difference between Diet Coke and Coke Zero?

Q. What's the difference between Diet Coke and Coke Zero?

A. At first glance, Diet Coke and Coke Zero appear to be identical. Both contain no kilojoules (Calories) and no sugar. Both are...

12 September 2013 by Catherine Saxelby

Q. What does the warning on artificially sweetened products Phenylketonurics: Contains phenylalanine mean?

Q. What does the warning on artificially sweetened products Phenylketonurics: Contains phenylalanine mean?

A. People with phenylketonuria are born with an inherited condition that stops their body from properly breaking down the amino...

5 August 2013 by Catherine Saxelby