Sugar: No Surprise, But No Good

In the public interest, I offer this infographic. I’m not advocating a particular point of view. Nor can I vouch for the source. Yet I still think there is...

In the public interest, I offer this infographic. I’m not advocating a particular point of view. Nor can I vouch for the source. Yet I still think there is real value in getting a handle of where all the sugar comes from, and how much of it we’re consuming. And I thought this was a worthy visual to share.

fructose overload infographic

Discover the fructose content of common foods, beverages, sauces, and even sugar substitutes in our infographic “Fructose Overload.” Use the embed code to share it on your website.

fructose overload infographic

Discover the fructose content of common foods, beverages, sauces, and even sugar substitutes in our infographic "Fructose Overload."

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Award-winning international ad exec, stand-up comedian and professionally trained chef who Ad Age calls, "undoubtedly one of the industry's most colorful characters". Hosts TV and radio, writes in Huffington Post and serves as personal chef to his wife and daughters.

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