1. Sally Edelstein
    It may be hard to swallow but once upon a time sugar was not the unhealthy villain it is viewed today but an "essential" nutrient. Through the first half of the 20th century sugar was deemed essential to health-good tasting and good for you. In fact it was sanctioned by Uncle Sam as part of the 7 essential food groups of WWII. No one fanned the sugar flame more than Corn Products Refining Co. producers of dextrose sugar whose ads encouraged "By all means. let em' eat cake...and candy too! Dextrose was the wonder nutrient. For a look at a collection of vintage Dextrose ads whose messages seem as quaint as the images themselves http://envisioningtheamericandream.com/2013/03/11/stay-as-sweet-as-yo...
  2. jade fry
    why is sugar considered toxic ? how is it toxic because everyone eats it and doesn't die is just doesn't make sence to me because so many people eat it and put allot of sugar in the drinks or on there food and if people die from it then why dose every one eat it and why are they still aloud to make it and stuff because if people do die from it then why do they still make energy drinks and stuff.

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