Are you concerned by the number of Australians that exceed the recommended daily sugar intake (6-9 teaspoons) everyday? I know we are! Excessive sugar consumption can be associated with fat storage in liver, obesity and type 2 diabetes. Just like Aussie doctor Jo N, we think it's time for the Government to take action and implement a sugar tax. What do you think? Let's all be proactive and do our part to improve the health and wellness of our nation.
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@pascalmeier74 Sugary drinks tax 'will benefit children most' if sugar was cut in the sweetest drinks in response to the tax, levels of tooth decay, obesity and type 2 diabetes would fall, particularly among the high-consumption under-18s. Researchers said the overall effect of the tax - due to start in April 2018 - would be modest but significant. Soft drinks firms say there is no evidence a tax would cut obesity. The tax will be applied depending on the sugar content of drinks, so there…
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