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C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D.

Sucrose was not only the first artificial food; it has also become one of the most pervasive in “modern” culture. There are numerous studies that show sugar as one of the great culprits. With the average person eating more than 152 pounds of sugar each year, sugar has been unequivocally implicated in contributing to:

· Obesity

· Diabetes

· Cancer

· Depression

· Anxiety and hyperactivity

· Atherosclerosis

· Hypertension, heart disease and stroke

· Acne

· Headache

· Fatigue

· Violent behavior

· Immune weakness

I could go on for days about the problem, but as the walrus said, it is time to speak of many things and none of those about sugar are good! I have not had sucrose in my house since 1970!

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