Sugar From an Economic and Health Perspective

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indexEncapsulating relevant, informative information into a humorous and well structured presentation is a real art. In this unusual Clinical Education team recommendation I have selected the work of comedian Simon Evans, who on the 29th July 2015 (radio 4) gave a half hour or so summary on the consequences of eating too much sugar, how that happened and why it is so difficult to stop, despite its miserable health consequences. His witty, articulate and informative summary is one of the best I have heard and suggest that you pod cast it, or save it for a car journey or activity, where you have chance to enjoy and share the experience.

Thank you to Simon and his team, plus radio 4 for extending the knowledge in the battle against sugar intake and associated risks.  Sugar from an economic perspective – a great half hour experience. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0639xp0#play

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