If sugar is the the demise of the human race that everyone thinks it is, then how about having the food manufacturers limit its use.
Look at the beverage section alone, with the exception of water, and the diet beverages that contain chemicals that will probably make your face fall off, have fun trying to find a beverage that has no sugar.
While it is true that everything in moderation is the key, the food manufacturers are there to make things consumer's will buy at the cheapest cost.
Therefore, for the people that wish to eat like a ravenous lion, and then choose not to exercise, should demand something from the food manufacturers that isn't full of sugar.
Tell them to leave the real nutrients in place and not process the heck out of the food, just to replace what they removed with some sort of chemical.View Thread
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