We've changed our name!

The Sugar Research Advisory Service is now the Sugar Nutrition Resource Centre.

We still bring you the best of the science on sugars and health.

The Sugar Nutrition Resource Centre gives you the facts on sugars and nutrition.

We follow the latest news and research to provide you with evidence based resources.

Our work is informed by a group of scientists who are experts in nutrition, food technology and health.

We are funded by Sugar Australia and New Zealand Sugar. 

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All carbohydrates will be converted to glucose, which is the body's most efficient source of energy for organs and muscles.

NEW RESEARCH

 

Health outcomes of a high fructose intake: the importance of physical activity

Could low physical activity explain adverse effects of excess fructose intake?

20/11/19


Soft drinks and mortality in 10 EU countries

Are soft drinks associated with a higher mortality

20/11/19

 
 

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Resources

Infographics - different types of sweeteners in foods

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Sugar and health

How much sugar are we recommended to eat?

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Frequently asked questions

Natural versus added sugars - what's the difference?