This article discusses the differences in the American diet today versus early-1900s, and how our SAD diet not only is causing new health problems for Americans, but the new diet is spreading to other cultures who are just as unable to process these new high levels of sugar in everything being sold in supermarkets around the world.

“The average American consumes an astounding two to three pounds of sugar each week. Sugar consumption has gone from only five pounds per year in 1900 to the current level of 135 pounds per person per year, and Jamaicans are closely following this trend.”

Link to Article: Sugar, a sweet poison

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