The Truth About Sugar
About 200 years ago, the average American ate about 2 pounds of sugar a year. By 1970, yearly sugar consumption rose to about 123 pounds. Now, in the beginning of the 21 century, we are consuming almost 152 pounds of sugar in a year, or 3 pounds of sugar a week. Are there differences in types of sugar? Considering the natural biological need for energy (which sugar provides), why is sugar so bad for our health? Is sugar the cause of the current epidemics of type 2 diabetes and adult and childhood obesity? To find out the answers to these questions and other facts about sugar, tune into this show with Health Guru, Beverly Nadler for information that could impact your life. Also, find out the surprising simple and sweet solution to staying healthy while still satisfying your sweet tooth. www.beverlynadler.com
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