Have you got a sweet tooth? Uncomfortable food for thought….


I was recently contacted by Emily Turner from OnlineNursingProgrammes.com who came across the LLIC Website while researching articles concerning the consumption of sugar and its

effects on our health.

She is part of a team of designers who have created a graphic which highlights sugar consumption and how the addiction to this additive can create harmful effects on the body. The result is quite shocking and definitely food for thought. While the specifics relate to sugar consumption in the U.S.A., it is worthwhile viewing in any country where sugar is consumed and the underlying health message is certainly the same.

As diabetes is one of the major causes of amputation in the elderly particularly, she wanted to share this graphic with us and, in turn, we are sharing it with you.

Our thanks to Emily and the OnlineNursingProgramme.com. (Please scroll down for link)
Nursing Your Sweet Tooth
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I was recently contacted by Emily Turner from OnlineNursingProgrammes.com who came across the LLIC Website while researching articles concerning the consumption of sugar and its effects on our health.
She is part of a team of designers who have created a graphic which highlights sugar consumption and how the addiction to this additive can create harmful effects on the body. The result is quite shocking and definitely food for thought. While the specifics relate to sugar consumption in the U.S.A., it is worthwhile viewing in any country where sugar is consumed and the underlying health message is certainly the same.
As diabetes is one of the major causes of amputation in the elderly particularly, she wanted to share this graphic with us and, in turn, we are sharing it with you.
Our thanks to Emily and the OnlineNursingProgramme.com. (Please scroll down for link)

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