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Just a few Sugar Science Facts from UCSF that should scare the pants off of you:

  •  Added sugar is in 74% of our packaged foods.
  •  Scientific evidence shows too much added sugar, over time, is linked to type 2 diabetes, heart disease, non alcoholic fatty liver disease, lipid problems, and hypertension; all of which are part of what is called Metabolic Syndrome.
  • Evidence is also mounting that high levels of sugar consumption can fuel some cancers and is linked to inflammation, dementia or Alzheimer’s and more rapid aging.
  • 31% of American adults and 13% of kids suffer from non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).
  • 75% of health care costs are from metabolic syndrome diseases. – This is not just about overweight people. 20% of obese people have a healthy metabolism, and 40% of skinny people actually have the metabolic diseases caused by sugar consumption. That means 60% of the entire US population is suffering from metabolic diseases.
    source: sugarscience.ucsf.edu

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