Is Sugar Now Public Enemy #1?

 

It seems medical journals are publishing more and more anti-sugar articles of late. Sugar is increasingly replacing added salt, saturated fat, and cholesterol as what MDs should be concerned about their patients overconsuming. Indeed, even socio-economic journals are focusing on America’s sweet tooth. [http://www.socionomics.net/2014/09/article-social-mood-regulates-our-sweet-tooth-a-200-year-hi...

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