Anahad O’Connor from the New York Times gets down to the specifics about where the sugar in our diets are coming from. What is the general takeaway from his post? New data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that most of the added sugar in the American diet comes not from beverages, but from food. O’Connor shares that nearly 70 percent of the calories from added sugars that Americans eat on a daily basis come from processed foods like breads, jams, cakes and ice cream. Read the full story on The New York Times for more information. Let us know your questions and thoughts in the comments here on Unbottled.
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