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I am one who LOVES sweets. I love cakes, cookies, candy, soda, and anything else that’s sweet. I don’t have a sweet tooth, I have sweet teeth …

But, coming from a background where very little, if any, sugar was permitted growing up, I know that consuming a lot of sugar is not good for you. It’s a battle that I have struggled with all of my life so far, but I think that I am finally getting the message. A lot of this information I already knew from my nutritional research over the years, but it never hurts to take a refresher course.

One thing that I have had to get a handle on over the years is remembering to keep treats as treats. Americans consume horrific amounts of sugar each year and sugar can be attributed to many of our prominent health problems.

Here is a video that I have found to be very informative and watching it motivates me to be even more conscientious about the amount of sugar I consume. It’s a long video, but well worth the watch. I look forward to hearing your feedback.

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