Sugar: A Dangerous and Addictive Drug?
|Sugar: A Dangerous and Addictive Drug?||Darrell Miller||10/12/17|
October 12, 2017 10:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Sugar: A Dangerous and Addictive Drug?
Sugar has been known to be addictive for a while. The body and brain can begin to crave it. It can cause many health problems as well if it is not controlled. Be careful not to consume too much sugar if you want to remain healthy. Your body will thank you. Sugar negatively affects many parts of it including the teeth. Diabetes can occur if you overindulge as well. A weight problem can also occur.
- Inappropriate labeling of sugar has contributed, in part, to the rapid growth in consumption of sugar in America.
- Although experts have long hesitated to label it as such, new evidence suggests sugar is a harmful and habit-forming drug.
- Despite the food industry's effort to minimize appreciation of sugar's harmful effects, its intake is now becoming a major public health issue.
"Two hundred years ago, the average American ate 2 pounds of sugar per year. Today, we each eat about 152 pounds a year, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services."
Read more: https://www.theepochtimes.com/sugar-a-dangerous-and-addictive-drug_2320725.html