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This article examines the fact that average Americans consume 150-170 pounds of sugar each year and discusses the consequences of consuming too much sugar.
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Wow, we have been duped all of these years…50 years now. The NY Times has issued an article explaining how the sugar industry paid Harvard researchers to point the finger at saturated fat instead of sugar for heart disease. No, this isn’t a movie, this really happened. All of the details can be found at …
For many decades, fat was featured as the culprit for heart disease while sugar stayed on the sidelines without much negative attention.
A report released today shows the sugar industry steered national dental policies away from reductions in sugar consumption to prevent tooth decay.
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We cover a lot of ground when it comes to nutrition at MyFitnessPal. Some of the topics can be tricky, and deserve further explanation from our experts.
Our publications help explain why sugar is in foods and answer frequently asked questions about sugar. Below, you will find a wide variety of resources for parents and kids, educators, health professionals and any person looking to learn more about all-natural sugar.
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A growing body of evidence reveals how industry groups have worked to suppress the scientific findings on the harmful effects of sugar.
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New nutrition labels on packaged foods feature added sugars and updated serving sizes the White House and FDA announces.
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Old documents shed new light on the sugar industry's controversial history of funding heart disease research.
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