SugarScience News Archive
Mother Jones December 1, 2012
A growing body of research suggests that sugar and its nearly chemically identical cousin, high-fructose corn syrup, may very well cause diseases that kill hundreds of thousands of Americans every year, and that these chronic conditions would be far less prevalent if we significantly dialed back our consumption of added sugars.
CBS - 60 Minutes April 1, 2012
Kimber Stanhope, PhD, RD, a nutrition scientist, shows in her study that it is possible to increase risk factors for cardiovascular disease in healthy young people simply by feeding them a diet heavy in added sugars for two weeks.