04 Feb '12, 1pm

Arrested for Excessive Sweetness: Put your hands up and step away from the sugar! No, not really. But one day,...

Arrested for Excessive Sweetness: Put your hands up and step away from the sugar! No, not really. But one day,...

Put your hands up and step away from the sugar! No, not really. But one day, sugar might be a regulated substance, on par with alcohol and tobacco. The notion seems draconian at first, but once you look at the reasoning behind it, it begins to make a lot of sense. Researchers from the University of California (UC) San Francisco stipulate that excessive consumption of sugar is behind the global obesity pandemic. Sugar contributes to over 35 million deaths per year from diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and other diseases. Their desire is to see a healthier world with fewer health-related costs through the restriction and regulation of sugar.

Full article: http://www.enn.com/enn_original_news/article/43951

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