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- Fascinating facts about sugarThe average annual consumption of sugar in 1920 was about 4,5kg per person which, would equate to about 3 teaspoons (not heaped) of sugar per day. Currently the average consumption is said to be about 68kg per annum which equates to about 45 teaspoons of suger per day.Healthy weight for childrenIt's a well known fact that childhood obesity is a risk factor for chronic diseases in adulthood. But what many parents might not realise until problems arise, is that overweight and obese kids and teens often have weight-related problems during childhood.Grip 'n GoWhether its juice, tea or water, we all have a beverage that we enjoy drinking. Mostly we use cups and mugs but when on the go, bottles are what make life easy. I have seen so many on the markets, mostly made out of plastic. Before I read up on plastic, I thought plastic bottles were the best option?
Our StoryStarted in 1995 by Colleen Thornhill and later joined by her husband Michael in 1998. Both Colleen and Michael are keen organic vegetable gardeners and the family have all been strict vegetarians for many years. All of them have studied a number of alternative modalities.
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