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The glycemic index is not just bad science, it has a dangerous loophole big enough to drive an ice-cream truck through.

The glycemic index has passed its use-by date

The glycemic index is not just bad science, it has a dangerous loophole big enough to drive an ice-cream truck through.

What <em>exactly</em> is the problem with making bloggers and commenters in SA publicly identify themselves? asks one <em>Crikey</em> reader. Plus, Prince William, Fructose and angry dads.

What’s so wrong with publicly identifying yourself?

What exactly is the problem with making bloggers and commenters in SA publicly identify themselves? asks one Crikey reader. Plus, Prince William, Fructose and angry dads.

Last week, David Gillespie <a href="http://www.crikey.com.au/2009/11/04/heart-attack-debate-not-weighted-in-favour-of-the-shake/">criticised</a> the use of Nestle's Optifast weight loss shake. But the obesity epidemic of the past 30 years is not due to a single cause, writes <b>Neil Holt</b>.

Like good health, it’s all about balance

Last week, David Gillespie criticised the use of Nestle's Optifast weight loss shake. But the obesity epidemic of the past 30 years is not due to a single cause, writes Neil Holt.

Why would Nestle start spruiking a shake diet to lose weight, which has a known cause of heart disease as one of its main ingredients? Sounds like a conspiracy for getting fat people to have heart attacks.

Heart attack debate not weighted in favour of the shake

Why would Nestle start spruiking a shake diet to lose weight, which has a known cause of heart disease as one of its main ingredients? Sounds like a conspiracy for getting fat people to have heart attacks.

In the name of getting enough water, Australia's school canteens are selling kids a drink sweetened with 21g of pure fructose. When did we become a nation requiring constant hydration, anyway?

Why fructose-laden drinks when there’s a healthy option on tap?

In the name of getting enough water, Australia's school canteens are selling kids a drink sweetened with 21g of pure fructose. When did we become a nation requiring constant hydration, anyway?

Bariatric surgery promises to blow away years of eating the wrong thing with a simple slice of the scalpel -- and large quantities of liquid food. <b>David Gillespie</b> explains how Nestle is profiting off risky, and often unnecessary, surgery.

Looking for a fair shake in bariatric procedure land

Bariatric surgery promises to blow away years of eating the wrong thing with a simple slice of the scalpel -- and large quantities of liquid food. David Gillespie explains how Nestle is profiting off risky, and often unnecessary, surgery.

Big Sugar in the United States is spending vast streams of cash to defend sugary drinks in the debate around soft drink and obesity -- but at least they're <em>having</em> a debate.

Still sweet for sugar in fat, slumbering Australia

Big Sugar in the United States is spending vast streams of cash to defend sugary drinks in the debate around soft drink and obesity -- but at least they're having a debate.

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