Obesity 'will bankrupt the NHS unless something radical is done', charity Action on Sugar says
'We've largely viewed diet the same way for the last 100 years – assuming that there is one optimal diet ... this is likely not the case'
Unhealthy eating habits appear to hamper the brain's ability to forget about the need for food when you are full
The study contradicts NHS guidelines for adults
Less ‘you are what you eat’, and more ‘you are when you eat’
Mars has a track record for monitoring the amount of sugar in its products
A panel of US experts has released new recommendations based on a scientific review of sleep duration and health evidence
Obese and tattoed diners are not welcome at Tokyo's new restaurant
Researchers believe gut bacteria, which influences two per cent of a person's body weight, could lie dormant and survive outside the body, before transferring to other people
'It’s not unusual to train with food – very many animals are trained with food, including our own children sometimes'
Study of over 15,000 people finds moderate amounts of fatty foods do not do as much damage as previously thought
Professor Sarah Jebb said blaming a lack of self-control would amount to pinning the crisis on a “national collapse in willpower”
Insulin has a part to play in the harm sugar can cause
The NHS BMI healthy weight loss calculator points people towards practical weight loss information
Diabetes consumes 10 per cent of the NHS budget in Britain, where almost two-thirds of people are too large. Even in the poorest countries, more people go to bed each night now having consumed too many calories than go to sleep hungry
'It is unlikely that a single action would be effective in reducing sugar intakes'