2nd Feature

November 1996 Issue

Sugar Found Innocent of Charges But What It Does to Diets Is Criminal

Health-conscious consumers know sugar is fattening and it promotes diabetes, heart disease and hyperactivity. Right? Dead wrong, say experts. The time has come to take the skull and crossbones off the sugar bowl. Researchers have yet to find a direct link between sugar and ill health, despite concerted efforts to do so. Even so, no one argues that sugar should be eaten freely. Here's the real scoop on sugar's role in health and

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