The Life List: 10 ways to cut sugar from your diet

Many breads and pastries are highly processed and full of sugar. PHOTO: ISTOCKPHOTO
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SINGAPORE – The news on sugar is far from sweet. One in three people here is at risk of developing diabetes in his or her lifetime. If nothing is done, by 2050, it is estimated that about one million Singaporeans will be living with diabetes.

In a bid to reduce the sugar intake here, food and beverage outlets will be required by the end of 2023 to include nutrition labels indicating drinks that contain higher levels of sugar and saturated fat.

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