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Dr. Robert Lusting is in the mainstream news right now because of his interview (includes video) by Dr. Sanjay Gupta on 60 Minutes last Sunday. The story is titled “Is Sugar Toxic?” Dr. Lustig, Professor of Clinical Pediatrics in the Division of Endocrinology … Continue reading
Yesterday I read an article that brought on one of those epiphany moments, when you say, “So that’s why I feel that way!” I now understand why I no longer have Sugar Brain Fog and how I lost it. Well, you ask, what … Continue reading
October 30, 2011, is the first annual Sugar Addiction Awareness Day, appropriately, since the next day is Halloween when most American children are allowed and even encouraged to stuff themselves with candy. Sugar addiction is real, and wide-spread, and, according to … Continue reading