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User363614 said on 29 August 2011

National healthy eating guidelines have centred around lowering fat, salt, and sugar for forty years. Most UK citizens will be aware of these recommendations. Why don't the Department of Health include glycaemic control recommendations in their guidelines? Controlling blood glucose levels lowers the risk of obesity, 'diabetes, coronary heart disease, stroke, cancer and osteoarthritis'.