“It’s not so important as to what type of sugar. What’s way more important is how much sugar is in a product.”
Joy Bauer, M.S., R.D.
May 15, 2012 - Nutrition expert and best selling author Joy Bauer speaks about sugar on the “Today Show.”
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Fructose no worse than other carbohydrates: study
Sep 11, 2015 Blood lipids are fat molecules found in the bloodstream. Clinicians use the blood lipid profile to determine a patient’s risk of developing cardiovascular conditions or suffering a heart attack or stroke. Fructose, which is naturally found in fruit, vegetables and honey, is a simple sugar that together with glucose forms sucrose, the basis of table sugar. It is also found in high-fructose corn syrup, one of the most common sweeteners in commercially prepared foods. Fructose is increasingly being associated with obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
9 science 'facts' about sugar that are completely false
Aug 6, 2015 Sugar! Our taste buds might love it but society has taught us to hate it by feeding our minds with ideas that sugar is addictive, toxic, and disease-inducing.
Fortunately for anyone with a sweet tooth, that's not true.
8 Challenges That Have the Same Solution
Jun 24, 2015 Conflicting sweetener demands. One big opportunity. Following food fads vs. building a long-term strategy. What millennials say they buy vs. what millennials actually buy. Every day, food and beverage manufacturers are pulled in many directions as they work to meet the demands of consumers, business needs and even their own internal business units. While finding the sweet spot between these demands can be a challenge, it’s also a big opportunity for your brand to stand out among the competition.