Urgent action needed to achieve Universal Health Coverage and Sustainable Development Goals in Africa
Under nutrition, obesity and diet-related noncommunicable diseases are leading to catastrophic costs to individuals, to communities and to national healthcare… moreRead More
Why do we measure sugary drinks in rands while they cost lives?
We cannot afford to delay sugar tax on these sugary drinks beverages! Sugary drinks increases the risk of diabetes, liver, kidney damages, heart diseases, stroke and some cancer.Read More
What Beverage Industry Doesn’t Want You To Know!
The beverage industry is misleading and manipulating us with their false information on sugary drinks and sugar tax. They are targeting low income countries and are making profit out of people’s health. Refuse to be the victim of obesity and non-communicable diseases.Read More
WHO maximum daily sugar intake is 12 tsp a day
The World Health Organisation recommends a major reduction in sugary drinks consumption, and note that these products are the top target for reduced consumption in order to decrease our risks of obesity, diabetes and tooth decay. Individuals should preferably consume less than 12 teaspoons of sugar a day.Read More