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What's in Your Food? *suitable for home teaching*

In This video from Teachers TV, food expert Stefan Gates carries out an explosive experiment to test the levels of sugar in two different breakfast cereals. The video introduces the idea of measuring the nutritional value of food, and is designed for use with primary or secondary students. It can be used as part of a lesson discussing whether a fictional snack bar - the 'Fruit Munchy Square' - should be banned, licensed or endorsed by the fictional British Institute of Eating Control.

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