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UK Against Fluoridation

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

How to cut 'added sugar' from your diet — and what happens to your body when you do

  • The UK has introduced a tax on sugar in an effort to curb rising levels of obesity.
  • The average adult eats twice as much sugar as recommended.
  • Sugar feeds bad bacteria which erodes the surface of teeth and creates decay.
  • Sugary foods are often high in calories, and the body processes them more quickly than other energy producing foods, like fruit and nuts.
  • Luckily, there are easy ways to cut down.

The UK sugar tax has kicked in and those craving their daily fix of sweet fizz will now either have to pay more for it (Coke/Pepsi), or accept that revised recipes (Irn-Bru, Lucozade) are now altogether less sugary than before..........


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