Americans Cutting Back On Added Sugar

The Los Angeles Times  (7/30, Hernandez) “Booster Shots” blog reported that, according to research  published online July 13 in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, “Americans are cutting back on the amount of added sugar they’re eating…– from about 3.5 ounces a day in 2000 (25 teaspoons, or 375 calories) to 2.7 ounces a day in 2008 (19 teaspoons,Continue reading “Americans Cutting Back On Added Sugar”