Let’s be honest, you just have sweet “teeth.”
What country eats the most sugar? Hint: it’s not who you think.
Use these tips to hack your life.
Food from our neighbors up north…how different can it be?
Obviously sugar is just one factor when you’re deciding what cereal to buy. That said, how well do you know the sugar content of these famous cereals?
It got pretty dark, in the end.
It’s the first new Coke drink in the UK in more than eight years.
Two bags of one of the world’s most popular candy may be less harmful than your favorite Venti frap.
Brace yourself for the ultimate sugar rush.
#KaraWalker… in case you don’t feel like waiting in line but still would like to see it from every possible angle.
A new report from the Environmental Working Group found that on average, children’s cereals were 34% sugar by weight, and some were more than 50%. Here are the worst offenders and some better alternatives.
Should we fry that and put sugar on it? Yes and yes.
Who knew being naughty could be so healthy?
It’s not as hard as you think.
Maybe question everything.
Their ooey-gooey chocolatey goodness won’t let you down on February 14.
Once upon a time, Domino tried to get America to use sugar as a dieting aid.
The cult favorite may change and a new Mexican sugar tax is to blame.
I won’t tell anyone if you won’t.
Put down that can of Coke. You won’t want it after reading this.
Sure there’s a lot of sugar in Coke, but baked beans??
So says the young daughter of the would-be veep. Except for ice cream, donuts, and apple frittes.
If you’re gonna make a dessert, MAKE A DESSERT, you feel me?
So I’m supposed to switch from Snapple to Capri-Sun? OK, got it.
Illustrations from The New York Times that throw into nauseating relief the average amount of sugar and high-fructose corn syrup we ingest as Americans. I can imagine Snooki caramelizing herself every night in that hot tub.
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