I found this Shape Magazine blog that I think you’ll like. Here’s a sample:
In a recent post I recommended limiting sugar, even from natural sources, because Americans are taking in far too much. But scientists from the University of California, San Francisco believe that sugar limits shouldn’t be self-imposed. They want to see the sweet stuff regulated, much like alcohol and tobacco. According to their just-released report published in the journal Nature, excess sugar consumption is contributing to 35 million deaths worldwide each year, from diseases like diabetes, heart disease and cancer, an even greater burden on public health than infectious diseases.
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