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User Guide

Using SugarScience Materials

SugarScience.org has created a toolkit of graphics and multimedia materials to help educate the public about the health impacts of consuming too much added sugar. All messages have been vetted for accuracy by a team of scientists and are supported by peer-reviewed scientific research. Click here for details on our scientific review process. 

These materials are intended to be shared, so please print them out or share via email, Facebook or other social media with your school, health club or community organization.

Customizing Documents

The Resource Kit also includes original design files for nonprofit and public health organizations to download and customize with their own logos, to reach their constituents. Please note that any new or edited messages do not necessarily reflect the views of SugarScience and are the sole responsibility of the user.

If you do choose to customize one or more of these documents, please email us at contact@sugarscience.org to have your documents included in an online gallery as an example of how this Resource Kit can be used.

Use of SugarScience Logo

The SugarScience Resource Kit is made available as a service to the public, to be used for informational and educational purposes in connection with programs that promote good health. The SugarScience logo may not be used in any manner that endorses, or gives the appearance of endorsing, any commercial product or service.  

Questions

If you have any questions about usage of the SugarScience Resource Kit, please contact contact@sugarscience.org.

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Added sugar

Any sugar added in preparation of foods, either at the table, in the kitchen or in the processing plant. This may include sucrose, high fructose corn syrup and others.

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