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Undercover Sugar: 5 Sneaky Names Sugar Hides Behind

You probably already know that Americans eat too much sugar. The American Heart Association recommends that women consume less than 24 grams of ad...

By: Brandon Hall

Macronutrients, Part I: Carbohydrates

What Are Carbohydrates: What You Need to Know Macronutrients are nutrients that are required in large amounts for the body to function daily. This...

By: Austin Womack

Coconut Sugar: What Is It, and Is It Good for You?

One of the newest sweeteners to show up in grocery stores is coconut sugar. It is a minimally processed natural sugar made from dried coconut palm...

By: Katie Moore

High Fructose Corn Syrup vs. Sugar: What's The Difference?

Table sugar is relatively easy to understand. Also known as sucrose, It's sweet and granular, and can come from sugarcane or sugar beets. High fructose...

By: Kamal Patel

New WHO Sugar Guidelines Say a Can of Soda Per Day Is Too Much

In a not-so-sweet move, the World Health Organization (WHO) recently recommended that adults should cut their daily intake of added sugars from 1...

By: Sam DeHority

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