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Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Sugar in the Cross Hairs

How fat became demonized and sugar came to be seen as benign -- and how we started eating so darn much of it. And, significantly, the public health crisis that resulted.

This surprisingly comprehensive article in the Guardian tells the tale. Names of players probably already familiar to those who follow these issues include Dr. Robert Lustig, Earl Butz, John Yudkin and Gary Taubes. Names and episodes less often covered flesh out the story.

Why Our Food Is Making Us Fat, by Jacques Peretti
The Guardian, June 11, 2012



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