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    A sweet tale: the son who reinvented sugar to help diabetic dad

    A sweet tale: the son who reinvented sugar to help diabetic dad - The Guardian The natural substitute helps diabetics, combats obesity and tackles climate change Javier Larragoiti was 18 when his father was diagnosed with diabetes. The teenager had just started a degree in chemical...
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    Does the Soda Tax Work?

    Does the Soda Tax Work? - US News Soda consumption is blamed as being a cause of heart disease, obesity, Type 2 diabetes and some types of cancer in adults, and it's easy to see why, Government guidelines encourage Americans to limit their sugar consumption to no more than 10 percent of their...
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    New national initiative targets sugar reduction in foods

    New national initiative targets sugar reduction in foods - ABC 7 NY A new national effort is underway to reduce sugar in packaged foods by 20 percent by 2025. The National Salt and Sugar Reduction Initiative is a partnership of nearly 100 local, city and state health departments, associations...
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    How to Stop Accidentally Eating Too Much Sugar

    How to Stop Accidentally Eating Too Much Sugar - Rachel Ray Mag Yes, you can cut down on sugar without losing your mind (or giving up sweets altogether). Sugar has been getting some bad buzz lately. Beyond its classic crimes—weight gain and diabetes—it’s also been linked to depression and...
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    How Much Sugar Is It Safe To Eat Per Week?

    How Much Sugar Is It Safe To Eat Per Week? - Women's Health Okay, okay, I know that eating a pint of Ben and Jerry's every night while I binge Orange Is The New Black is bad for me. (Even though it feels so, so good.) But there are lots of other hidden sources of sugar out there—fruit! yogurt...
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    Study: Parents underestimate added sugar in kids' food

    Study: Parents underestimate added sugar in kids' food - News 4 Jax Yogurt might seem like a healthy option for your child, but health experts are warning that one serving could fulfill a child’s daily sugar intake. The American Heart Association recommends kids ages 2 to 18 have less than 25...
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    8 BBQ Foods That Are Ridiculously High In Sugar

    8 BBQ Foods That Are Ridiculously High In Sugar - Men's Health The 4th of July may be over, but summer barbecue season is just beginning — and that's bad news for your diet. If you’re a health conscious guy, you probably think that you know exactly how to avoid sugar. Step one: avoid beer and...
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    Everything you need to know about added sugars (and how to avoid them)

    Everything you need to know about added sugars (and how to avoid them) - Popular Science A guide to cutting out the least healthy part of your diet. You should already be avoiding added sugars—but you’re probably not. Whoops. With all the guidelines on what you should and shouldn’t eat...
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    How Much Sugar Are We Drinking?

    How Much Sugar Are We Drinking? - Mass Central In 2016 the United States Department of Agriculture reported that supermarkets, grocery stores, and food/drug stores observed that people spent more money on soft drinks. Also, other sugar-sweetened beverages such as fruit juices, energy drinks...
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