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The Sugar Report 2016 update



BREAST CANCER
Sugar may
increase breast,
lung cancer risk,
study finds

Fox News Reports

sugar & breast & lung cancer

Sugar & breast cancer click here for study
University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

5 Reasons Cancer
and Sugar are Best Friends

5 Reasons Cancer and Sugar are Best Friends


The common belief until now was
that sugar just makes us fat,
but it's become clear through
research that it's making us sick.
Read the report
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Sugar Report

How much sugar do you day per day ..
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The
Dangers
of
Sugar

SugarScience

is the authoritative source for evidence-based,
scientific information about sugar and its
impact on health.

Sugar Science
the danders of sugar







Scientific team
sounds
the alarm
on sugar as
a source
of disease

by
Barbara Sadick,
Chicago Tribune

Article from Medical xpress.com

Is sugar making us sick?
A team of scientists at the
University of California in
San Francisco believes so,
and they're doing something
about it. They launched an
initiative to bring
information on food and
drink and added sugar
to the public by reviewing
more than 8,000 scientific
papers that show a strong
link between the consumption
of added sugar and chronic
diseases.

The common belief until now was
that sugar just makes us fat,
but it's become clear through
research that it's making us sick.
For example, there's the rise
in fatty-liver disease, the emergence
of Type 2 diabetes as an epidemic
in children and the dramatic increase
in metabolic disorders.
Laura Schmidt,
a UCSF professor at the School of
Medicine and the lead investigator
on the project, SugarScience, said
the idea is to make the findings
comprehensible and clear to everyone.
The results will be available to all
on a website (SugarScience.org) and
social media platforms like Facebook
and Twitter.

Added sugars, Schmidt said, are sugars
that don't occur naturally in foods.
They are found in 74 percent of all
packaged foods, have 61 names and
often are difficult to decipher on food
labels. Although the U.S. Food and Drug
Administration requires food companies
to list ingredients on packaging, the
suggested daily values of natural and
added sugars can't be found.
Read the full report







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  • Health Effects of Doughnuts
    By Sarah Dray

    Weight Gain,Heart Conditions,
    High Blood Sugar,Lack of Nutrients

    Sarah Dray writes in her article
    That doughnuts are not good for you shouldn't be a surprise.
    However, doughnuts are worse than many other snacks in the market.
    A small bag of chips has about 260 calories, and a small bag of
    cookies can have anywhere from 50 to 200 calories each, depending
    on the type, size and brand. In comparison, a single doughnut
    can easily contain more than 300 calories. Add to that lots of
    sugar, fats and other unhealthy ingredients, and doughnuts can
    wreak havoc on your health.

    Read the article by Sarah Dray about Doughnuts


    Added Sugar is The Single Worst
    Ingredient in The Diet. Period.
    April 6, 2014 | by Kris Gunnars

    "Did all of a sudden the entire world just become a bunch of gluttons
    and sloths? All at the same time? I mean, get real." Dr. Robert H. Lustig

    There are many things wrong with the modern diet;
    but the massive amounts of added sugar may just be the worst.

    Dr. Robert Lustig article



    The Sugar Report
    Is Sugar Toxic
    - 60 Minutes
    Investigates

    Toxic Sugar




    Why Fructose Sugar
    Is So Bad For You
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    Public enemy # One
    Fructose Sugar

    Why Fructose Sugar Is So Bad For You- 60 Minutes

    Why Fructose Sugar Is So
    Bad For You- 60 Minutes







    Calories in Drinks
    and Popular Beverages

    Calories in Drinks Chart from WebMd.com




    Food MythBusters:
    The Myth of Choice:
    Is Junk
    Food What
    We Really Crave?

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