This study even goes on to suggest that chicken soup should be given to patients recovering from COVID-19.
Sugar-rich diet can damage gut mucosa and worsen risk of developing colitis, a chronic digestive disease
A recent study, published in the journal Science Translational Medicine on 28th October 2020, found that high sugary diets can damage the gut and increase the risk of developing colitis
Excessive sugar intake may increase the risk of aggressive behaviour, bipolar disorder and ADHD, suggests study
Excessive intake of fructose, specifically high fructose corn syrup, can stimulate craving, risk-taking, impulsivity and aggression and increases the risk of ADHD and bipolar disorder
India exports 33.5 lakh tonne sugar so far in 2019-20 marketing year; Centre takes measures to help sugar mills clear cane dues
According to AISTA, mills exported 33,49,132 tonnes of sugar from 1 October 2019 till 4 May 2020.
Indian white sugar exports at near standstill as lockdown bites; output in Thailand plunges more than 40% this season
Even before the lockdown, Indian industry officials had cut 2019/20 sugar export estimates to 4.5 million tonnes as a drop in prices had made overseas sales unprofitable.
India's sugar production declines 22% to 233 lakh tonnes in six months ended March on lower cane output
India's sugar production dropped by 22 percent to nearly 233 lakh tonnes in the first half of the current marketing year ending September on lower cane production, industry body ISMA said on Wednesday
Malaysia's sugar purchases from India hit record amid diplomatic spat; shipment to help reduce stockpiles
The record-buying could also help India, the world’s biggest producer of sugar, to cut stockpiles that are squeezing domestic prices.
Industry body ISMA on Tuesday revised the country's sugar production upward by two percent to 26.5 million tonnes for the ongoing 2019-20 marketing year, much lower than last year but enough to meet the local demand
India's sugar export may cross 5 MT this year on higher overseas demand; govt to reallocate export quota of mills: ISMA
For the current year, the government has allowed export of 6 million tonne of sugar under Maximum Admissible Export Quota (MAEQ) to help deal with the surplus sugar.
India's sugar production declined 24 percent to 141.12 lakh tonne during October-January period of the current marketing year because of fall in output in major producing state Maharashtra, according to industry body ISMA
Sugar buyers nervous as Indian export surge fails to materialise despite global prices trade near two-and-half-year highs
Global buyers have been targetting Indian supplies to help meet a global sugar deficit of 6.12 million tonnes in 2019/20 forecast by the International Sugar Organisation.
Secondhand sugars are found in foods and drinks that your child is exposed to passively and involuntarily.
The country's sugar production has fallen sharply by 30.22 percent to 7.79 million tonne in the first three months of current marketing year ending September, but ex-mill prices have remained stable so far, helping mills clear cane payment to farmers on time, ISMA said on Thursday
Some of the foods that Rujuta Diwekar recommends in her book are often (wrongly) branded as unhealthy. Here's a look at some of them.
Sugar production plunges 54% to 18.85 lakh tonne in October-November period amid sharp dip in Maharashtra output
Only 279 sugar mills were operating as on 30 November this year as compared to 418 factories crushing sugarcane a year ago, it said.
India's sugar production declined 64 percent to 4.85 lakh tonnes till 15 November in the current marketing year that started last month as mills in Maharashtra have not yet begun their operations, industry body ISMA said on Wednesday
As the Rs 15,000 crore soft loan scheme for sugar mills is moving at a snail's pace, the government has extended the moratorium period for repayments by six more months, according to sources
Five natural sugar substitutes which will satisfy sweet cravings without all the side-effects, they are, coconut sugar, date sugar, honey, maple syrup, monk fruit
The government's Rs 15,000-crore soft loan programme for sugar mills to set up ethanol units is moving at a very slow pace as banks have so far disbursed only about Rs 800 crore, industry experts have said
Five researchers found in a clinical study that drinking sweetened beverages may be worse for health than eating sugary foods.