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Sugar is the real culprit--and why it makes you fat

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0 vitamins, 0 minerals, 0 enzymes, 0 fat; refined sugar has no nutritional value.

Today, the average American adult consumes about 140 pounds of sugar per year.

In 1822, just 6.3 pounds per year.

Experiments involving rats, when given the choice, the rats preferred sweetness of sugar over cocaine.

High blood sugar is linked to: obesity, cardiovascular disease, cancer, inflammation, dementia, behavioral and mood disorders, violence and more. 

Type 3 Diabetes.

Today, America's Dental Hygienist, Shirley Gutkowski, talks with Nutitional Biochemist, Tara Palmer about the chemistry of sugar--and how to prevent its damaging effects.

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