Sugar Doubles the Risk of Cardiac Death

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'Have scientists been looking at heart disease from the wrong angle? The answer may be yes, according to the results of a new study.

Since the 1980’s, the consumption of sugar has been rising steadily, and it has become a significant source of calories in the United States.


Naturally, many experts agree that Americans are eating way more sugar than they should.


Researchers wanted to evaluate if this increase in sugar intake was linked to cardiovascular death. And what they found was pretty alarming.'


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