Sugar Blues

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Chilton Book Company, Jan 1, 1975 - Carbohydrates, Refined - 194 pages
4 Reviews
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  - jmatson - LibraryThing

A diatribe on eating sugar. How it affects one's health (negatively) and brings on various diseases. The reason for the 4 star rating is the covering of the history of sugar in this book. A very interesting and highly researched endeavor by the author. I thing this would be a must read. Read full review

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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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