Sugar Blues

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Chilton Book Company, 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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User Review  - leeanne.pedersen - LibraryThing

I was shocked by how much was known about the effects of refined sugar on the human body, before the collective amnesia brought on by the industrial food system and its lobbyists in the 20th century ... Read full review

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User Review  - Anne - Goodreads

Taken with a grain of salt (or sugar) this is a very informational book, though a little dated - having been written in 1975. The author goes a little over the top, basically blaming every human dis ... Read full review

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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