Sugar free and refined sugar substitutes, as well. The average American consumes 5 grams of added sugars a day — 2 teaspoons more than the World Health Organization recommends is necessary for optimum health (4). According to an article in Science Daily, there’s also good evidence that regular consumption by adults can reduce risks from type 1 diabetes mellitus.
The Food Manufacturers Association claims “Eating processed foods … may have deleterious effects on your overall fitness,” while calling it healthy because they don’t contain high levels or additives like artificial colors, preservatives nor MSG-based sweeteners. In addition however some studies suggest people who eat highly sugary snacks are
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