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What About Sugar Alternatives?

What About Sugar Alternatives?

According to a recent Ipsos survey, 70% of Americans say they’re somewhat or very concerned about how much sugar they eat. Yet limiting sugar can be challenging. For one, the stuff is everywhere in the food supply. In fact, nearly two-thirds of all packaged food...

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Fluoridation Follies

Fluoridation Follies

For more than 50 years, the American Dental Association has published a book they call Fluoridation Facts. The newest edition just dropped. Like earlier versions, it justifies and endorses the fluoridation of public water supplies, while dismissing any cause for...

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