The sugar trap (Issue 363)
December 2003, Issue 363
Sugar has a long and disreputable history, and is one of the most active ingredients in a worldwide epidemic of diet-related illnesses, including diabetes and obesity. This month, NI diagnoses the twin addiction of consumers and producers to a substance that's more akin to a drug than to a food.
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