FNCE in pictures: Misunderstood HFCS, DNA diets, soda consumption myths and tackling prediabetes
Mythbusting was a key theme at the Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE) in Philadelphia, with a parade of experts wheeled out to tackle misconceptions about everything from low calorie sweeteners and obesity, to kids' soda consumption, high fructose corn syrup and the merits of frozen vs fresh foods.
FNCE in pictures: Misunderstood HFCS, DNA diets, soda consumption myths and tackling prediabetes High fructose corn syrup, sugary drinks and 'cardiometabolic villains....' It's official: The % of kids drinking soda is going DOWN... Processed food is not the enemy... Are obesity rates still rising in America? No, according to NHANES data... Are soy isoflavones safe for women with breast cancer? Should diabetics be on a protein-restricted diet? Can the food industry meet consumer advocacy groups half-way? PepsiCo invites women out to PLAY... The Expo floor: A gluten-free bonanza Meatless Monday... Calories in, calories out... Healthy indulgence?