Sugar Blues

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Chilton Book Company, Jan 1, 1975 - Carbohydrates, Refined - 194 pages
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Reviews the history and folklore, medical and otherwise, of refined sucrose and explains the ubiquitous chemical's threats to health.

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I was hoping it'd focus more on the history of the sugar trade, which it does touch on, being of cane cutter folk myself. But the overall focus is on how bad processed sugar is for you, which is true, and some more dubious claims that it's the source of every ailment under the sun. Read full review

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Contents

It Is Necessary to be Personal
1
How We Got Here From There
28
In Sugar We Trust
41
Copyright

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